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MEDIA CENTER 

METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

METHUEN, MA 01844 



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M.H.S. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 3 



SENIORS 

FRIENDSHIP TO LAST FOREVER. 



PAGE 33 



SUPERLATIVES 

THE BEST OF 1990! 



PAGE 49 



SENIOR ACTIVITIES 

THESE ARE THE TIMES TO RE- 
MEMBER. 



PAGE 65 

SPORTS 

THE YEAR IN SPORTS. 




FOOTBALL! 

THEY GAVE IT THEIR ALL. 




ABOVE: THE RHYTHM OF OUR 

SCHOOL. 

BELOW: HEROES FOR A DAY. 




PAGE 133 



PAGE 93 



CLUBS 

EXTRA-CURRICULAR AC 
TIVITIES 



PAGE 113 



FACULTY 

THEY SURVIVED ANOTHER 
YEAR. 



PAGE 159 



THANKS AND FAREWELL 

WE WON'T FORGET YOU. 



PAGE 125 



GRADUATION 

A NEW BEGINNING OR AN END- 
ING? 




JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS. 



PATRONS 




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WITHOUT FRIENDSHIP, WOULD WE HAVE MADE IT 

THROUGH THE YEARS? 



HE'S 
BACK 




AIMING 

FOR 
SUCCESS 

IN 

TODAY'S 

WORLD 




Sandy E. Almonte 

"A. Tee" 
Ambition: Become a stewardess and someday 
open my own beauty salon. Good luck to 
everyone! 



Jimi P. Amodio 

Motorcross skiing. Ambition: To own my own 
business which I already have. 



Meredith Andrew 

Merri 
Gymnastics (1), Spring Track (1,2,3,4), Vol- 
leyball (2,3,4), Powderpuff (2,3), Inter- 
national Club (2,3). Ambition: To always have 
fun and enjoy life. 



James J. Anthony 

Jay 
Band (1,2,3,4), Skiing (1), Model U.N. (3), 
S.A.D.D. (1). Ambition: To make lots of 
money in order to restore classic cars, Cor- 
vettes and Porsches! 




Nadine M. Archambault 

Nad 
Band (1,2,3,4), Color Guard (4), Winter 
Guard (1), Ice Skating (2,3,C4). Ambition: To 
be successful in whatever I do. 



Lisa M. Archibald 

To stay with Rob forever and to have a happy 
and successful life. 



Carolyn J. Austin 

Field hockey (2), NHS (2,3,4), Model UN. 
(3,4), Intl. Club (1 ,2), NAHS (3,4). Ambition: 
To marry a very rich man so that I can hire a 
nanny to take care of my five children. 



Erik G. Baker 

Bakes 
Band (1,2,3,4), Drum Major (2,3,4), Track 
(3,4), Peerleader (4), Amnesty Intl. (3,4), 
Class Play (4), SADD ( 1 ,2,3,4). Ambition: To 
let the world know who I am and give life 
everything I've got. 










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Sean A. Balevre 

Butch 
Water polo. Lacrosse, Jarts, Skeet shooting, 
mud wrestling. Ambition: To be very wealthy. 



Elizabeth A. Ball 

Liz 
Ambition: To succeed and to remember the 
good times throughout the years! Good Luck! 



Sherry M. Bannon 

Sher 
Basketball (1,2,3,4), Track (1,2,3,4), Senate 
(4). Ambition: I hope to keep in touch with all 
my close friends and to have a happy and suc- 
cessful life. 



Stephanie Barbagallo 

Steph 
Ambition: To someday have my own day care 
center and lead a happy life. 





Jason A. Barnes 

Barnzie 
W. Track (2,3,4), S. Track (2,3,4). 



Paulian H. Batista 

Pauli 
Basketball, Chorus Designer. Ambition: To 
succeed in my goals and to keep in touch with 
my good friends and to travel the world and 
meet different people. 



Jeff A. Becotte 

Besnatch 
Wrestling (1,2,3,4), Model UN (3), X- 
Country (3,4), Football (1). Ambition: Have 
millions of friends and dollars to party with 
friends. Retire young and die old. Live an ex- 
tremely Rich and Happy life. 



Jo-Ann R. Belzile 

Jo-Jo 
Ambition: To live everyday like there's no 
tomorrow, and to always have a smile. 




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Teresa M. Berardi 

Teri 
Spanish Honor Society; Academic Internship 



David Bernard 

Dave Barnyard 
Ambition: To have a successful life after high 
school. 



Shaun J. Berry man 

Berry 
Football (1,2,3,C4), Basketball 1, Baseball 
(1,2,3,C4), Class Vice-President (3,4), Pow- 
derpuff Cheerleader, Model U.N. Ambition: 
To become successful in life and to play profes- 
sional baseball. 



Clara Berty 

Swimming (3), NHS (4), FNHS (4), Yearbook 
(4), P-Puff Ft-Ball (4) Ambition: To grab all 
the fun that life can offer and fulfill all my 
dreams. 




Katherine R. Bistany 

Katie 
Blue and White (3,4ed), Drama Club (1,2,3), 
Play (4), Senate (2), Acad. Int. (4). Skating 
Club (2,3), Prlders (1,2), Soccer (4), Blood- 
mobile (3,4). Ambition: Sitting on the dock 
when my ship comes in! 



Matthew J. Bistany 

Matty 

Soccer, Shuffle Board, Badminton and 
Cricket Ambition: To have a happy and suc- 
cessful life and take advantage of every oppor- 
tunity I can. 



Stacey L. Bistany 

Stace 

Peerleaders (1-4), S.A.D.D. (1-4), NHS 
(2,3,4). Span. Hon. Soc. 4. Int. Club (2,3), 
Ppuft (3,41 Ambition: To have courage to strive 
and meet my ultimate goals and make a differ- 
ence in this changing world. 



Steven S. Blair 

Steve 
Baseball. Golf. Track Ambition 1 want to be a 
State Police Officer and then be the Governor 
of Massachusetts and then President of the United 
States. 




Amy K. Bleczinski 

Aim 
Skiing (1-C4), Track 1, V-ball 1, NHS (2-4), 
Sp. NHS (4), Peerleaders (1-4), Model U.N. 3, 
Int. Club (1-4) Bloodmobile (3,4). Ambition: 
To find happiness in everything I do and to 
share it with the ones I love. 



Sherri L. Blodgett 

Hockey (1,2,3), Tennis (3,4), Int. Club 3, 
Model U.N. 4. Ambition: To earn enough 
money so I can afford full serve at the gas sta- 
tion and never have to worry about a gas cap 
again. 



Nicole D. Blouin 

Nicki 
Tennis (2,3,4), Field Hockey (3), Yearbook 4, 
NAHS (3,4), Intl. Club (2), Model UN (4). 
Ambition: To walk across the Methuen town 
line, wearing my penny loafers, never to re- 
turn. 



Jeffrey Boivin 



Soccer (2,3.4), Baseball (1,2,4), Bloodmobile 

(2,3,4) 










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William E. Bonanno II 

Bananas 
Baseball ( 1 ,2,3,4). Ambition: To keep in touch 
with all my friends and to be successful in 
whatever I do. 



Melissa M. Bouchard 

Mel 
NHS (2,3,4), SPHS (4), Softball (1,2,3,4), 
Track ( 1 ,2,3,4), Intl. Cb, Prldrs (2,3,4) Ambi- 
tion: To succeed in everything I wish to accom- 
plish, to keep and never forget the friends I 
have made. 



Jeffrey E. Boucher 

Jeff 
Ambition: To always remember all my friends 
and to be successful at whatever 1 decide to do 
in life. 



Suzanne M. Boucher 

Field Hockey (1 ,2,3,4), B-Ball (1 ,2,3), Tennis 
(3), Intl. Cb. (1,2), Sec. Senate (3,4), Model 
U.N. (3), S. Track (1). Ambition: To be the 
best person I can be and to never stop trying 
until I reach all my goals. 











Jamie S. Boudreau 

Student Advisory for D.E.C.A. 



Filippo L. Brancato 



Laurie A. Broderick 

Ambition: To be happy and successful being a 
veterinarian. 



Diane M. Brown 

Di 
Band (1.2.3.4). Ambition: To be happy, rich, 
and successful in whatever I choose to do. 




Nga K. Bui 



Ana 
Ambition: To be successful. 



John A. Calvo 

Ambition: To go to technical school and to 
graduate in automotive. 



Christopher M. Campo 

Chris 
Ski (1). Baseball (1), S.&W. Track (2,3,4). 
Ambition: To pursue a career in electrical engi- 
neering. 



Kerry L. Caraccio 

Berry 
Softball (1,2,3,4), V-'ball (1,2.3,4), Ski 
(2,3,4), Intl. Cb. (1,2,3), P-puff Ftball (2,3,4), 
P-puff Hockey (2). Ambition: To make my first 
million on my own and after that marry into the 
rest. 








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Kimberly A. Carter 

Kim 
Child Development (3,4), Art (2,3,4). Ambi- 
tion: 1 plan to go on to college and get a career 
in social work. 



Steven A. Castiglione 

Stevie-Ray 



Anisa M. Castro 

Child Development I, Ice Skating Ambition: 
To succeed in life, be happy, to pursue a career 
in child care and to stay with Dave forever. 



Anthony P. Champy 

Tony 
Football (1,2,3,4), Wrestling (3,4), Track 
(2,3,4) Ambition: To play professional foot- 
ball. 



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Wendy A. Chase 

Windbag 
Child Development, Ambition: To be a suc- 
cessful radio or TV. broadcaster and to get the 
most out of life that I possibly can. I also hope 
to stay best friends with Cathy and Lori. 



Brenda Cintron 

Tata 
NHS (2,3.4), Intl. Cb., Spanish Bowl Ambi- 
tion: I hope to be successful in the field of 
accounting and settle down and get married to 
my love. 



Tammy M. Cintron 

Figure Skating Cb. (2.3T.4), NAHS (2.3.4P). 
Senate (2), Intl. Cb. (3). Dance Cb (2), Drama 
Cb. (2), PwdrPuff Hockey (2,3.4) 



Anna M. Coco 

Cokes 
Photography. PwdrPuff. NAHS. Play Ambi- 
tion: To be the best I possibly can I also hope 
to be successful in photography and commer- 
cial arts. 



The Class of 1990! The Class of 1990! The Class of 1990 



1975-1977 
HVC CHAMPS 




The Class of 1990! The Class of 1990! The Class of 1990!" 



Oie Class of 1990! The Class of 1990! The Class of 1990! 




fhe Class of 1990! The Class of 1990! The Class of 1990! 




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Ronda L. Colantoni 

Ron 



Denny I. Conte 

Denby 
Ambition: Interior decorating. 



Jeffrey M. Coppeta 

Coppela 
Baseball (1,2,3,4), 3-ball (1,2,3), Ftball, 
Track (1). Ambition: To make it through col- 
lege. I hope someday to play major league 
baseball (ya right), and 1 just hope to live a 
comfortable life and be successful. 



Shauna Crafton 

SADD(l-4),Prlds(l-4), NHS(2,3,4S), SPHS 
(4), Intl. Cb. (3), Gymnastics (1), X-Country 
(1-4C), Track (1-4C) Ambition: To have the 
strength and perserverence to make all my 
dreams come true. 




Jason B. Crago 

Jay 
Tennis (1-4C), Skiing (1-4), Golf (2-4C), 
Senate (2.3VP), SAC Chrm, Hugh O'Brian 
Amb., Boys' St., Model U.N., NHS (2-4), 
NAHS Ambition: To have a successful career 
and be a Playgirl centerfold. 



Matthew M. D'Agati 

Matt 
B-ball, Peerleader, Model U.N. Ambition: I 
hope to pursue a career in hotel management 
and own real estate, but most of all to be happy 
and successful in whatever I choose. 



Cara A. Dallon 

Shorty 
Band (1-4). B-ball (1), Softball (1-3), Track 
(2), Model U.N. Ambition: To become a suc- 
cessful accountant, find the perfect man, and 
never lose touch with my closest friends. 



Matthew H. Debrocke 




Erick Dechane 

X-Country (1.2,3,4C), Intl. Cb., S.&W. Track 
(1,2,3,4). Ambition: To do well in everything 
that I do. 



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John H. DeLano 

Ambition: To be a graphic illustrator or a comic 
book artist. 



David A. DelliColli 

Dave 
Track (1.2), Ftball (1), Ambition: To lead a 
successful life 



John Delmonte Jr. 

B-Ball (1,2,3,4), X-Country (3,4). Track (3), 
NHS (2.3,4). Intl. Cb. (1,2.3.4), Sc. Cb (4), 
Boys State (3), Model U.N Ambition: To do 
the day's work well and not to bother about 
tomorrow. 




Anthony P. DeLotto 

Tony 
Ambition: To go where John goes. 



Amy C. DeMonaco 

Aim 
F-Hockey ( 1 ,2), Track ( 1 ), Softball ( 1 ). Ambi- 
tion: To have a good job, a family, and to have 
as much fun as I can. 



John R. DeSantis 

J.D. 
B-ball (1,2), Baseball (1), Ambition: Go into 
law enforcement. 



Kevin R. DiBella 

B-ball (1,3), Baseball (1), X-Country (4) 
Ambition: To work hard and make as much 
money as possible. 




Jodi A. I )i Gloria 

JoJo 
Softball (2.3,4), Gymnastics (3), Figure Skat- 
ing Club (3,4), Play, PdwrPuff Hockey (3,4) 
Ambition: To travel and to live life to the full- 
est. 



Jennifer L. DiLorenzo 

Jen 
Ambition: To be successful in whatever I 
choose to do. To live my life to the fullest and 
to keep on partying. 



Daniel R. DiPrima 

DIP 

Ftball (3,4), Baseball (3,4) Ambition: To al- 
ways keep in touch with my friends and to be 
very successful in life. 



Peter K. Doherty 

The Duke 
Golf (1,2,3,4), B-ball (1). Baseball (I) Ambi- 
tion: To get into law enforcement 




Tracy Donahue 

Ambition: To get the best out of life that I 
possibly can and marry Frankie. 



John J. Dooley 

Baseball (1,2,3,4), Sc. Cb. (4), Intl. Cb. (4). 
Prldr (2,3,4), PwdrPuff Cheerleader, Model 
U.N., G.L.E.C. Program (3,4) Ambition: To 
be successful, have fun and make people laugh 



Shannon N. Doran 

Field Hockey (1-4C), Yrbk Ed., NAHS, 
Senate (3) Ambition: To keep learning from 
and enjoying life through people and experi- 
ences. To always express myself honestly 
through my heart, mind, and art 



Carrie L. Doucette 

Band ( 1 ,2,3.4) Ambition: To have a success- 
ful career in child psychology 



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Alice J. Dryden 



Kimberly M. Dube 

Kim 
Ambition: To be successful and to live a happy 
and healthful life with Todd-Michael! 



Jason E. Dubois 

Benson 
Track (3,4), Soccer (4), Const. Con. (2), 
Bloodmobile (3,4) Ambition: To be successful 
in whatever I choose to do and remember all my 
friends from high school. 



Misty D. Dureault 

TO. 
Ambition: To find where my true talent lies and 
develop it in a way that it will be used to its 
fullest extent. To welcome new faces into my 
life with a smile and to party constantly. 




Jeremy R. Dziadosz 

Jerry 
Baseball (3,4), B-ball (3,4), NHS (3,4) Ambi- 
tion: To have a prosperous future and to never 
lose my friends. 



Kristine E. Eastman 

Homecoming Queen! 



Vera N. El Hachem 



Christian S. Farnham 

Chris 

Ambition: To be successful in whatever I do. 
Go to college, and become an artist. 




Danielle Favazza 

Fa 
F-Hockey (1-4), Softball (1,2), B-Ball (1) 
Ambition: To stay clear of all hospitals and 
doctors and keep off crutches forever. 



Matthew Fleming 



Danna E. Fletcher 



Kevin W. Fluet 



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Derek J. Foley 

"Foles" 
X-Country (3,4), Track (2,3), Sc. Cb (4). 
Ambition: To be a legendary vocalist like Jason 
On, to become a Bio-Chemist, a professional 
bodybuilder, a wealthy man, and marry the 
nicest blond in the world. 



Wendy A. Forgione 

Prldrs (2,3,4), Class Officer (1,2), Volleyball 
(1,2,3,4), Basketball (1,2,3), Track (4), Soft- 
ball (1,2,3,4). Ambition: To be the athletic 
trainer in the year 2000 Olympics. 



Steven E. Fox 



Melissa A. Gaffney 

Little Cherub 

Ambition: To live a happy and successful life. 







Todd M. Gagnon 

Soccer (1,2,3,4), NHS (2,3,4), Boys' State, 
G.L.E.C. (3,4). Ambition: To boldly go where 
no man has gone before. 



Kathy L. Gallant 



Tracy Gallant Daniel F. Gaudet 

SADD, Prldrs (3,4), Class Tres. (2) Ambition: Dan 

To be happy and successful in whatever I do in NHS (2,3,4), Track (1,2) Ambition: To bear 

life. children. 




Heidi Gebhardt 

Heidi-Ho 
Art (3,4) Ambition: To make the world a better 
place by planting flowers. Peace be with you. 



Stacie E. Gebo 

Stace Geebs 
German Cb. (1,2), Bloodmobile (4). Ambi- 
tion: To live a happy, healthy, successful life 
and to marry my "Schatzy" Mike. 



Jean-Max Geffrard 



Jean E. Geffrard 

G-Rap 
Soccer, Football. Track. Ambition: I want to 
be rich. 



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Christopher Gianni 




Daniel J. Giardini 



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Deanna Gianni 

Dean 
Ambition: Get a good job and be successful. 
Have a family and get a terrific new Mustang so 
I can dump the one I already have! 



Heather L. Gill 

Spicey 
Int. Cb. (1,2,4), S.A.D.D. (1), Art (1,2,4) 
Ambition: To be successful at what makes me 
happy. 





Lawrence F. Giordano 

Lonnie 
Basketball (1,2,3,C4), Baseball (1,2) Ambi- 
tion: To be rich and have a Ferrari. 



Daniel Giroux 



Patricia L. Givens 

Bum 

Gymnastics, Softball, AHS Ambition: To go to 
college and study Marketing and Advertising. I 
hope someday to own my own business. 



Kristen A. Godin 

Chorus, Colorugard, S.A.D.D., Peerleaders, 
Newspaper, Boston Crusaders, Drum and 
Bugle Corps. Ambition: I hope to become a 
child psychologist and a novelist. 




Allyson Golec 

Ally 
Field Hockey (1,2.'3,C4), Basketball 
(1,2,3,4), Softball (1,2), Track (3,4). Peer- 
leader (2,3,4). Ambition: To sing the National 
Anthem at an NFL. Super Bowl Game. 



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Allison J. Goodwin 

Ambition: To be as happy and as successful as I 
can — in whatever I do. 



Frederick P. Gorham 

Fred 
Skiing ( 1 ,2,3,4) Ambition: To be successful in 
whatever it is I do, and make lots of money. 
But most of all keep partying with my friends 
on the weekends. 



Thomas G. Goulet 

Goulei Mot 
Ambition: To be successful in the spray finish- 
ing field and take after mv father as a "Great 
Dad." 




Donald M. Granahan 

Granahan 
Hockey (1,2,3,4), Soccer (2,3), Play, Const. 
Con. Ambition: To live a happy and wealthy 
life. To be a successful Accountant and to live 
in Mr. Roger's neighborhood, and never lose 
my sense of humor. 



Tracy E. Grealish 

Trace 
Ice Skating Club, Softball, Concert Band, 
Marching Band, Winter Color Guard. Ambi- 
tion: To be successful in Cosmetology and live 
a long, happy life with Rob. 



George E. Guilmette III 

Ambition: To be very successful and RICH and 
love Tina forever. 



Joseph M. ( .ul la 

Joe 
Wrestling. Ambition: To go into the field of 
architectural drafting and be successful in life 
in general. 







Erik A. Hamel 

Slim 
Ambition: To party as long as I can and have a 
good job as a car mechanic, and be successful 
in life. 



Alicia C. Hamlett 

Ali-Kat 
F. Hockey (2,3,4), S. Track (2,4), P-puff Ft- 
ball (4). Ambition: To do my best and be suc- 
cessful in all I've hoped for and to never lose 
touch with my friends at MHS, especially my 
BB. 



Seung C. Han 

Bonzai 
Ftball (2,3,4), Track (2,3,4), Tennis (4). Base- 
ball (1), Science Cb. Ambition: To help the 
needy and enjoy a successful life. 



Emile L. Hatem 

Soccer (2,3,4). Ambition: I would like to have 
a successful and happy life. 







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Roberta M. Hay 

Robbie 
Ambition: Live to dream and dream to die. 



Ryan P. Healy 

Skiing, Partying. Man-O-War 



Tracy Hebert 

Trace 
Prldrs ( 1 ,2,3.4), Intl. Cb. (1,2,3), Figure Skat- 
ing Cb. (3.4 Sec). NAHS (3.4VP). NHS 
(2.3.4). Ambition: To be as successful as pos- 
sible in all that 1 do in mv future. 



Marc D. Hecht 

Sticky 
Soccer (3.4). Prldrs (1.2.3.4). SADD 
(1.2.3.4). TV Productions (2.3.4) Ambition: 
To become a television producer at a major 
television network 



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Heather M. Heinz 

B-ball (1), F-Hockey (1,2,3,4C), W. Track (2- 
4), S. Track (1-4), Class Tr. (3,4), Prldrs 
(2,3,4), Intl. Cb. (2,3), SPHS (4). Ambition: 
To never forget the good times at MHS; to be 
healthy, wealthy, and wise. 



Amy L. Hitch moth 

Ames 
Child Development I, II, Drama Cb. (4), Class 
Play (4). Ambition: To be really alive and holy, 
one needs discipline, artistry, and a little fool- 
ishness. 



Michael Holland 

Snowmobiling, Partying, Skiing. Ambition: 
To have lots of money and kick back. 



Julia B. Hornbaker 

Jules 
Chorus (2,3), Colorguard (2,3), MHS Figure 
Skating Cb. (2,3,4) Ambition: To open my 
own day care or become a kindergarten teacher. 




Craig Hosterman 

Hoops 
S. Track (1,2,3,4), W. Track (1,2,3, 4), Soccer 
(4). Ambition: To become the head of Methuen 
High's History Department and also marry Es- 
ther and be the father of our many children. 



Stephanie A. Hrabak 

Steph 
Ambition: To go to college and study Early 
Childhood Education. After my teaching ca- 
reer is well on its way, I hope to get married and 
raise a family. 



Kelly A. Hulme 

Horseback Riding, Basketball. Ambition: To 
become a horse trainer in England. 



Scott A. Hulse 

Hulsey 
Soccer (1,2,3,4C), Baseball (1,2), NHS 
(2,3,4), Intl. Cb. (4), Sc. Cb (4), P-puff 
Chrldr. (4), Model UN (4). Ambition: To be 
successful in all my pursuits and to never lose 
sight of my dreams. 




Alida A. Jimenez 

H— on Ice 
Prldrs (4), Intl. Cb (4), Drama Cb. (3,4), 
Figure Skating Cb. (4). Ambition: To conquer 
all of my goals in life and become the best 
psychologist around. 



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Kristen R. Jones 

Jonesey 
W. Track (2,3,4), S. Track (2,3,4), F-Hockey 
(2,3,4), Intl. Cb. (2.3,4), Prldrs (2,3,4), NHS 
(2,3,4), SNHS (4). Ambition: To attend a 
Super bowl with a truly outrageous National 
Anthem. 



Mark A. Jones 

Jonzee 
Football, Track, Baseball, Peerleaders. 



Catherine Kalil 

Cathy 
Ambition: To become an Interior designer, live 
on a beach, and remain best friends with Lon 
and Wendy. 




Raymond Kane 



Sean D. Kelley 

Kelley 
Ambition: To continue weightlifting and to be 
a successful businessman. 



Scott E. Kent 

NAHS (2-4). Ambition: To start living the 
future and to be the best that I can be 



David C.H. Kim 

Dave 
Ft-ball (3.4), W. Track (3,4), NHS (3,4), 
SPHS (4), Sc. Cb. (4), Boys' State (3), Class 
Play Ambition: To be the solution, not the 
problem. 




Michael J. Kisiel III 

Mike 
W. Track (3,4), S. Track (3,4), Ft-ball (4), 
Bloodmobile (4). Ambition: Be a successful 
engineer and to live a happy and healthy life 
with my "Schatzy," Stacie. 



Chad P. Kozdra 

Koz 

Baseball, Football, Track, Peerleaders. Ambi- 
tion: To become a police officer and be suc- 
cessful. 



Christian J. Kozdra 

B-ball (1,2,3,4), Peerleaders (2,3,4), NHS 
(2,3,4), Boys' State (3). Ambition: To live life 
happy. 



Theresa M. Kramer 

Terry 
Ambition: To make it in the tough world that 
lies ahead of me. 




Kathleen A. Kraunelis 

Kathv 
F-hockey ( 1 ,2,3,4), S. Track ( 1 ,2), Senate (2), 
Class Play (4), P-puff Ft-ball (4), Bloodmobile 
(4). Ambition: To be as happy and successful 
in life as I have always dreamed to be. 



Kristen M. Kraunelis 

KK 

Field Hockey ( 1 ,2,3,4), W. Track ( 1 ,2,3,4), S. 
Track (1,2,3,4), Int. Cb (3), Constitutional 
Convention Chairperson (2). Ambition: To 
someday achieve my dream of throwing the 
shot put 50 feet. 



Lisa M. Kun 

S.A.D.D. Peerleaders (2,3,4), SPHS. (4), 
Field Hockey (4), Model U.N. (3), Pdr-Puff 
Football, Yearbook (4). Ambition: To always 
be happy no matter what happens. 



Sarah M. Kurchian 

F Hoc. (1,2.3), NAHS (3). Prldrs (1). Cons. 
Con. (2), Mod. UN (3) Ambition: I don't 
want to buy, process or sell anything. I just 
want to hang with Tony Nemiceola. 



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Vijay Kuntamukkala 

Science Cb (4), Russian Cb (4), Tennis, NHS 
(2-4), Boys' State (3), Model U.N., Upsilon 
Alpha Framingham State College Paper Con- 
testant, Hospital Lab Work. Ambition: Physi- 
cian. 



Nadeane L. Lacroix 

Nado 
Gymnastics (2,3,4), S. Track (2,4), Field 
Hockey (3.4) Ambition: I plan to go to school 
for interior decorating and body build part time 
and become a professional. 



Mary F. Laliberty 

Libby 
Ambition: To succeed in my goal as a Legal 
Secretary. 



Carl J. Lambert 




Michelle L. Lambert 

Band (2,3,4), Blue & White (2, ed. 3,4), Aca- 
demic Intern (4), Senior Class Play (4), Blood- 
mobile (3), Model U.N. (3). 



Shawn A. Lambert 

Hoppy 
Ambition: To be lazy and worthless, collect 
welfare and sponge off of all you ambitious 
people. 



James J. Landry 

Jamie 
Football (1), Skiing (3.4C), Science Cb. (4), 
Powderpuff Cheerleading (4), Bloodmobile 
(4). Ambition: To finally go where I belong — 
the 60's. 



Marcy A. Lattinville 

Benny 
Softball (1.2.3,4), Soccer (4). Volleyball 
(1,2,3), B-ball (1,2). Ambition: To accomplish 
and succeed in my goal as a legal secretary. 





Shaun Lattinville 

Basketball (1,2,3,4), NAHS, Model U.N. 
Ambition: To join the military. 



Kimberley Lavoie 

Kim 
Fig. Skating Cb. (1.2,3,4C). NAHS. Model 
U.N. Ambition: To get married, have children 
and live a happy life. 



Wendy L. Lavoie 

Wendelle 

Ambition: To accomplish a rich and happy life. 



Christine S. Leal 

Chris 
Band, Model U.N. Ambition: To go into 
Pharmacy and at Mass. College of Pharmacy 
and get a job at Osco! 



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Jeffrey G. Lee 

Wrestling, Body Building Ambition: To be- 
come the best body builder I could possibly be. 



Eric D. Lewandowski 



Carlo R. LiCausi 

Ambition: To try to stay in touch with all the 
friends that I have made over the last four 
years. 



Kim M. Licciardi 

F. Hoc. (1-4), W.&S. Track (1,2,3,4). Prldrs 
(1-4), NHS (2-4). SPHS, Model U.N. Ambi- 
tion: To lead a happy life being a "real" person 
and never being intimidated by hard work! 




Raquel Liriano 

Racfcy 

Marching Band (1-4), Concert Band (1-4), 
Softball (1-4), Figure Skating (3), Amnesty In- 
ternational (3), Prldrs (4). Ambition: To travel 
at least half the world and to be very successful 
in my career. 



Thomas Livingston 

Tom 
B-ball (1-4C), Baseball (1,2) Ambition: Go to 
college and learn all I need to know and have 
fun doing it! 



John J. Lucinskas 

Johnny 
Ambition: To go where Tony goes. 



Cynthia M. Lumb 




Mary B. Magro 

Fig. Skating Cb. (1,2,3.4C), Yearbook (4), 
Senate (4), P-puff Hockey (1,2,3.4), Blood- 
mobile (4). Ambition: To have a happy and 
successful life. 



Michelle M. Mailhot 

Arrangers, Pres. Chorus. V-ball (3), Soccer 
(4), Ski. Intl. Cb.. Russian Cb., FNHS, Pres. 
Amnesty Intl., Play. Pres. G.L.E.C. All-State 
Chorus. Ambition: To change the world. 



Mary K. Majkut 



Holly A. Markey 

Tennis (I). Dance Co (I). Cheerleader 
(2,3,4C), Academic Int. (4) Ambition: To be- 
come a Dental Hygienist and always remember 
the good times with my close friends 



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Rosa I. Marquez 

Sewing (1,2,3) Ambition: After I graduate 
from college, I want to establish my career and 
get my own apartment. Then after a few years I 
want to get married and have two kids. 



Christa B. Martel 

F. Hockey (1), Softball (1), Peerleader (4) 
Powderpuff F-ball (4) Ambition: To keep all 
my MHS friends close to me, make sure I'm 
happy at whatever I do and not worry about 
anyone or anything. 



Clive F. Mathieu 

Sir Fresh 
Student Senate, Peerleaders, M.S.U. News- 
paper Staff. Ambition: To be an engineer one 
day. 



Lori L. Mazzone 

Ambition: I hope to have a happy and success- 
ful life with the career I choose and the person I 
love. 




Patrick T. McCarthy 

Pat 
Ft-ball (1,2,3,4C), W. Track (1,2), Baseball 
(1,2,3,4C). Ambition: To remain friends with 
all the friends that I've made in the past four 
years, and to die rich and happy at the age of 
110. 



Patrick McLaughlin 



Edwin Mehrmann 

Eddie 
Hockey (1,2,3,4). Ambition: To be happy and 
successful at whatever I do. 



Teresa M. Meile 

Treese 
Ambition: To date a nice fella; get a job as a 
teach. Write a best seller; get married on the 
beach. To have lots of kids; and never lose my 
friends, never regret what I did and be happy in 
the end. 




Shellene F. Miele 

Ambition: To become a successful hairdresser 
and to someday open my own salon. 



Michele L. Mignault 

Miggy 

Softball (1,2,3,4), F-Hockey (1,2,3,4). Ambi- 
tion: To organize my own busienss and to reach 
the highest possible goal in life. 



Loriann F. Miller 

Lori 
Ambition: To live on a white sandy beach, be- 
come a record producer, and stay best friends 
with Cathy and Wendy. 



Alexander C. Milton 

Alex 
Ambition: To become a successful engineer 
and owner/manager of my own establishment 



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Ambition: To be the best drummer I can be, and 
to play music that all people can enjoy and be 
happy listening to. 



Deborah M. Morin 

Deb 
Band (1-4), Colorguard ( 1 -4) , Winterguard ( 1 - 
4), Figure Skating Cb. (4), SADD (1), Drama 
(4), Model UN (3) Ambition: To become a 
teacher, and make a difference in a child's life. 



John D. Morin 

Johnny 
Tennis, Drums Ambition: To become success- 
ful in whatever I do. 



Gregory D. Morris 

Meow-Meow 
Intl. Cb. (4), P-Puff Chrldr (4), Model UN. 
Ambition: To be successful and keep in touch 
with my buddies. 




Taira Mullen 

Kid 



Ambition: To be happily married and be suc- 
cessful in life. 



Karen Mullings 

Ambition: To live my live to the fullest and 
succeed in all that I set out to achieve. 



Tara E. Mulrooney 

Tara 
Field Hockey (1), Cheerleading (2), Dance Co. 
(1), Model UN (3), NHS (2,3,4), SNHS (4) 
Ambition: To always shine for him. 



Maureen E. Murray 

Moe 
Ambitions: To be happy and successful and 
live my life to the fullest. To be an en- 
trepreneur. 






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Jeffery R. Naroian 

Magic 
Hockey (3) Ambition: To fulfill my dream and 
serve as a U.S. Navy SEAL. 



Anthony Nemiccola 

Tony 
Soccer (1,2,3,4C), Hockey (1,2,3), Track (1). 



Brian K. Newcomb 

Band Ambition: Pursue the engineering field. 



Lyle J. Nichols 

Lyle 

Ski Team (3,4), Model U.N. (3,4). Ambition: 
To become a Police Detective. 



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Sean W. Oakhem 



Christine M. O'Connor 



Hockey (1,2,3,4) 



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Model U.N. 



(3,4). 



Jacalyn C. O'Sullivan 

Jackie O 
Model U.N. (3) Ambition: To become a cer- 
tified public accountant. 



Jason C. Ott 

Odie 
Ambition: To be a legendary bodybuilder like 
Derek Foley. 




Jeff D. Ouellette 

Slim 
Ft-ball (1,2,3.4C), Ice Hockey (1,2,3,4C), 
Bloodmobile (3,4), Model UN (3) Ambition: 
To go to college get a good paying job and to 
travel as much as I can. I wish my friends the 
best of everything. 



Anthony Padvaiskas 

Tony 
Swimming. Ambition: To someday coach a 
swim team. To always be able to achieve what I 
set to do, and always be a little kid. 



Shane J. Palmer 

Slain 
Soccer (1,2,3,4). Track (1.4), Ski Team (2,3), 
Model U.N. (3,4), Int. Club (1,2,3,4). Ambi- 
tion: To become a licensed commercial atr 
pilot. 



David M. Paolino 

Band, Drama Club, Science Club, Engineering 
Club, Lights and Sound, Two Variety Shows, 
Two Senior Plays. Ambition: To become a 
very successful Architectural Engineer. 




Chin H. Park 

Jeany 
Powerpuff Football (4). 



Won K. Park 

Mr. T. 
Ambition: To marry a beautiful woman and 
live happily forever. 



Daxa C. Patel 

Sports, Jocks. Pop Jelly. 



Cynthia Patti 

Powderpuff Hockey. Powderpuff Football, 
Act (1.2), Senior Class Play. Ambition: To be- 
come a successful accountant, to be happy in 
life, and to have all my dreams come true 



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Daniel J. Perron 

Danno 
X-Country, Baseball, Archery Ambition: To 
become a Computer Programmer and one day 
open new doors in the fields of computers. 



Tracie E. Petrie 

Aunt Jemima 
Field Hockey (1-4), Basketball (1,2,3), Soft- 
ball (1,3,4), Track (2), Model U.N., Pdrpuff 
Ftball, Var. Show Ambition: To own and op- 
erate Swiss Pretzel Enterprises and lead a 
double life as Icee Bear 



Hung Q. Pham 

UN, Boy's State, W. Track, NHS, NAHS, 
Peerleaders, Intl. Cb. 



Robin L. Phillips 

Rob 
Ambition: Pursue a career in business, make a 
lot of money, marry my boyfriend Kim Judd, 
live in a large, beautiful home, and own a 69 
Z-28 Camaro. 




Beth A. Pickles 

Beth 
B-ball (2-4C), Volleyball (2.3.4C), S. Track 
(2,3,4), Bloodmobile (4), P-Puff Ft-Ball (4), 
Yearbook (4), NHS (2,3,4) Ambition: To take 
the road less traveled by and to live out all my 
dreams. 



Michele L. Pineau 

Shelly 

Chorus (1,2,3) Ambition: To be successful in 
computer programming and be happy with 
Kevin. 



Britta K. Pitocchelli 

Field Hockey (1-3), Basketball (1-4C), S. 
Track (1-4), Girl's State, Intl. Cb., Prldrs, 
Class Sec (3,4) Ambition: To be happy, set 
many goals for myself, and accept any chal- 
lenges that come my way. 



Carrie A. Pothier 

Carrie 
Dance, Model UN (3), Intl. Cb. (1,2,3) Ambi- 
tion: To be the best me that I can possibly be. 




Esther M. Potter 

Class Pres (1,2,3,4), Prldrs (1,2,3), NHS. 
SNHS, Field Hockey, Tennis, Model UN 
Ambition: To become Prime Minister of Great 
Britian; to find my limits and leave them be- 
hind. 



Donald J. Preston 

Hippie 
Ambition: To remember all of the good times 
I've had in life and to set aside all of the bad 
times. 



Grace P. Privitera 

Dimples 
Ambition: To live life to its fullest and make 
the most of what I have. To pursue a career in 
Business Administration, get married and have 
a family. 



Brad Provencher 



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Michelle G. Puopolo 

Shelly 

SADD (1), Intl. Cb. (2) Ambition: To have a 
family and to become a psychologist. 



Sandra L. Quinn 

Sandi 
Drama, Class Play. Ambition: To be successful 
in whatever I do. 



Theresa C. Ramirez 

Terri 
Soccer (4C), Softball (1,2,3,4), B-ball (1,2,3), 
Intl. Cb. (2). Ambition: To keep in touch with 
all my good friends and to succeed in the 
future . 



Michelle L. Ramsden 

Miche 
Model UN, Drama, Play, Blue and White. 
Ambition: To fulfill all of my dreams and ex- 
pectations, never let anyone or anything stand 
in my way, and to take advantage of every 
opportunity that comes my way. 




Thea M. Rapazzo 

Ambition: To be happy with whatever I decide 
to do with my life, and to always keep in touch 
with all my friends. 



Erika J. Raschella 

Drama (1,2,3,4), Golf (2), Tennis (1,2,3,4), 
Var. Show (2,4), Play (4), Amn Intl. (3), 
Model UN (3). Ambition: To complete college; 
be an actress; own a Ferrari, and to keep in 
touch with my friends. 



Deborah E. Raymond 

Deb 

NHS (3,4), FHS (4), Model UN (3), French Cb 
( 1 ,2), Drama Cb. ( 1 ,2), Swim Team (3) Ambi- 
tion: To become a successful veterinarian. 



Debra A. Rembis 




Wanda L. Rodriguez 

Whopper 
Track (2,3), X-Country (3), Intl. Cb. (2,3), 
Senate ( 1) Ambition: To pursue my accounting 
career and be the best 1 can be 



Daniel Roeger 



Hogan 
Soccer (4), B-ball (2), Track ( I ), Ski Team ( 1 ) 
Ambition: To be successful in the career I 
choose and have a fulfilling life. 



Christine A. Rousseau 

Chris 
NAHS (3.4S) Ambition: To be rich and suc- 
cessful as a commercial artist and to always be 
happy in life. 



Dawn T. Ruggiero 

Donna Cakes 
Checrleading (2.3.4C), SPHS (4). Model UN 
(3) Ambition: College bound; hope lo own BD 
ice cream shoppc and live life today like there 
is no tomorrow. 



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Amy E. Ryan 

F-hockey (1,2,3), B-ball (1,2), Softball (1,2), 
Model UN, Intl. Cb. (1,2,3), P-puff (1,2,3). 
Ambition: To keep my feet on the ground, keep 
reaching for the stars, and always be awake and 
happy . 



Stephanie A. Ryan 

B-ball (1,2), F-hockey (2,3,4), Softball, S. 
Track (3,4), P-puff (3,4). Ambition: To pursue 
my career in travel, fulfill all my dreams, and 
stay in touch with all the mamas and my close 
friends. 



David P. Samperi 

Hockey (2,3,4). Ambition: To be successful in 
life. 



Ettore D. Santarelli 

ET 

Football (1), Track (2.4). Ambition: To go to 
college and be successful. 





Aaron Schindler 

Shin 

B-ball (1,2) Ambition: To make it out of 
Methuen High School. 



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John Segal 



Band ( 1 ,2), Track (4), Prldr (2,3,4) Ambition: 
Don't live in the past; never settle for the pre- 
sent; create the future. 



Alan M. Sevajian 

Cuckoo-Man 
NAHS Ambition: To go into a form of art as a 
career and make tons of money. 



Kelley N. Sheehan 

Crash 
NHS (2,3,T4), Senate (1,2,3. Corr. Sec 4). 
FHS (Pres 4), Intl. Cb. (1,4), Tennis (2,3,4), 
F-Hockey (3,4), Ski (3.4), P-puff Ft-ball ( 1 ,4). 
Ambition: To see you all again! 




Andrea Shin 



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Bruce 
Track (2,3), Tennis (4). Ambition: To become 
very rich and famous, and to make my parents 
happy for what they have done for me for all 
these years. 



Tami L. Shirton 

NAHS. Ambition: To have a career in educa- 
tion. 



Leslie A. Silva 



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Scott A. Simoes 

Super Screaming Demon 
Hockey (1,2,3,4). Golf (3), Ft-ball (1,2). 
Ambition: To become a successful business- 
man and maybe become a professional hockey 
player. 



Christine Smith 



Kirk R. Soley 

Dime 
Ft-ball (1,2,3,4), Track (3,4), Model UN 
(3,4), Prldr (4), Const. Conv. (2), P-puff 
Chrldr (4). Ambition: To become successful in 
life and hold a political office. 



Sukanya Soubsub 

March. Band (2,3,4), Colorguard (2,C3,4), 
Winterguard (1.C3), Chorus (1,2), Arranger 
(2), Model UN, Amnesty Intl. Ambition: To 
succeed and survive. 




David L. St.Jean 

New Guy 
Wrestling (1,2,3,C4), Ft-ball (4). 



Sandra J. Sprague 

Sandi 
Swim (1,2,3,4C), W. Track (1,2,3,4C), S. 
Track ( 1 ,2,3.4), Intl. Cb. , PdrPuff Ft-ball (3,4) 
Ambition: To become a marine biologist, ful- 
fill all my dreams, keep in touch with all my 
friends. 



Tammy Stevens 



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Wendy E. Tamis 

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NHS (2,3 Pres 4), SPHS, SADD, SAC, Girl's 
State, V-ball (1-C4), B-ball (1-C4), S. Track 
(1,2,3,4) Ambition: To always reach for the 
moon, for even if I fall short, I will still be 
among the stars. 
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Laurel A. Taylor 



Amy L. Thibodeau 

Ambition: Always live life to the fullest and 
forever remain Amy, daddy's little girl! 



Patricia A. Thunstrom 

Band (1.2,3.4). Figure Skating Cb. (3,4). 
Child Dev l.II (3.4). SADD (1). Class Play. 
NHS (2.3.4). Ambition: To become a teacher 
and feel like I've made a difference. 




Charlene R. Tisbert 



Laura Tombarelli 

Swimming (1). 



Paula Torromeo 



Tom M. Tricca 

Rocky 
Ambition: To attend Northern Essex College, 
then U Lowell, each for two years, to become a 
state trooper, someday own my own business, 
become very wealthy, and always stay young at 
heart. 




Shawn P. Trussel 



Michelle M. Turco 

Shelly 

Gymnastics (2,3). Ambition: To succeed in 
what I plan to do with my life, always be there 
for my best friend, Jodie Belloise whenever she 
may need me, and to always remember the 
Class of 1990. 



Kathryn A. Turonis 

Kit-Kat 
F-Hockey (1,2,3,4), B-ball (1,2), W. Track 
(3,4), S. Track (1,2,3,4), Yearbook (4), P-puff 
Ft-ball (4). Ambition: To never lose touch with 
my friends at MHS and to accomplish every- 
thing life has to offer. 



Erika Lea Twomey 




Michael B. Ullman 



Kristin M. Vachon 

Kris 

Ambition: To go into business administration 
and meet new challenges. 



Erin P. Vaughan 

Eri 
Senate (3, Pres. 4), Model UN (3.4), F-Hockey 
(1). Dance Co. (1,2). Yearbook (4), P-puff Ft- 
ball (4), Prldr (3,4). Ambition: To keep in 
touch with my close friends, never forget all 
the friends I have made at MHS 



Michael Ward 

Wardy 

Hockey (1-4). Ft-ball ( 1),' NHS (2.3.4). Ambi- 
tion: To stay at Sears and get free screwdrivers 
from Al with all my friends. 



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Leslie A. Webb 

Intl. Cb (3). Ambition: To become a cosmo- 
tologist. 



Danielle R. Wheeler 

Wheels 
Ambition: To be successful at whatever I do. 



Raymond A. Yelle 

Rayy 
Ambition: To be a professional musician. 



Stephen R. Zappala 

Zapp Man 
I am interested in going to Northern Essex 
Comm. College to become an elementary 
school teacher who teaches first or second 
grade. 




Heta S. Zaveri 



Joseph A. Zelic 

Joe 
Foreign Language Cb. (3,4), Foreign Lan- 
guage Hon. Soc. (4), Sc. Cb. (4), Mentor Pro- 
gram (4), Russian Language Program (4). 



Erica L. DeChane 

Little Devil 
Ambition: To get a job that I am very happy 
with and also try to to on to college. I just hope 
that all my friends stay in touch and don't drop 
off the face of the earth 



SHY SENIORS 



Steven Allen 

Jon Avci 

Jodie A. Belloise 

David T. Cheatham 

Joseph Chretien 

John J. Houlihan 

Robert E. Kimball 

Martha A. Lavigne 

Veronique E. Lemieux 

Kristen A. Dickey 



Christopher Maslbas 

Gilbert Nordelus 

James C. O'Neal 

Shannon R. Paplaskas 

Stephen R. Petrosino 

Jennifer R. Prine 

David M. Roy 

Maria E. Santos 

Christopher D. Torres 



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JASON BENJAMIN CRAGO 

March 8, 1971 — April 12, 1990 








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CYNDI 



CYNTHIA 

To a wonderful daughter and sister, 

As your classmates graduate and look for- 
ward to their future, we hold on to the dear 
memories of 18 years of living and loving 
you. You came to us a new baby that we 
welcomed into our hearts and we grew and 
developed a bond — first of family, then of 
friendship. 

Your uniqueness has deeply touched our 
lives in very special ways as we have cried, 
been angry, felt jealous, and most signifi- 
cantly have celebrated our happiness and love 
for one another. 

Our precious moments with you will live 
on in our hearts and in our minds. 

From Daddy's little girl to Father's pride 
and joy, you gave me love. 

I love you Cynthia, forever 
Dad 
Only a mother so lucky has a daughter like 
you. 

I love you, Ma 
I miss everything about you. 

With lots of love, 
Your Big Brother Steve 
You have been the most special gift ever 
given to me — a beautiful sister full of love 
and spunk. Only you and I know what we 
share and it will be treasured in my heart for- 
ever. You are awesome and I will NEVER 
say goodbye. 

I miss you so much and love 
you even more, Jen 



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To our dear friend Cyndi, 

We all sat here trying to find just the right 
words to say. Each one of us has so many dif- 
ferent memories of the times we spent 
together, but those memories that we all have 
in common seem like they could fill a 
thousand pages. You were our laugh, our cry, 
our joy and our pain . You meant everything to 
us, but most of all, you were our very special 
friend — a word that is so hard to define. No 
matter what the situation or outcome was, you 
always stood by us, always lended an ear, and 
never let us down. You have touched our 
hearts, and your beautiful smile always 
brought out the best in us. We love you for it! 
In our hearts and minds, you will forever re- 
main alive. In our special way, you will al- 
ways be there for us. 

We love you so very much! 



You're In My Heart, You're In My Soul 

Never Say Goodbye 

I Remember You 



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Kristine Eastman & Scott Hulse 



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Shaun Berryman & Britta Pitoccelli 











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Cupid's Couple 

Sarah Kurchian & Tony Nemiccola 




Flirt and 
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Patrick McCarthy & Allyson Golec 




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Nicest Eyes 



Kim Liccardi & Mike Ward 




Nicest Smile 




Donny Preston & Sarah Kurchian 



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Most Likely To Succeed 




John Delmonte & Esther Potter 



Teacher's Pet 



David Kim & Michelle Maillot 



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Most 
Artistic 

Shannon Doran & Brad Provencher 





Most Athletic 



Most School Spirit 




Beth Pickles & Craig Hosterman 



Suzanne Boucher & John Dooley 



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Class 
Clowns 

Lyle Nichols & Amy Hitchmoth 




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Eric Baker & Eric Rashella 



Alicia Hallett & Donald Granahan 



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Class Klutz 



Kristen Kraunelis & Anthony Champy 




Friendliest 



Most Fun 




Stacy Bistany & Billy Bannano 



Kristen Jones & Matt Debrocke 



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Shyest 



Tammy Shirton & Joseph Zelic 



Most Talkative 




Danny DiPrima & Tracy Gallant 



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Melissa Bouchard & Jeff Becotte 



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Best Dressed 



Most Preppy 




Holly Markey & Clive Mathieus 



Nicki Blouin & Tony Padiviskas 



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Shauna Crafton & Stacy Bistany 



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Danielle Favazza 
Jeff Boucher 



MUTT AND JEFF 




Jeannie Park 
Lonnie Giordano 



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The three homecoming finalists, Britta Pitocchelli second runner up, 
Heather Heinz first runner up, and winner Christine Eastman, were all 
recognized at the Nicholson Stadium where Methuen hosted Wil- 
mington. Christine was crowned on November 17, 1989, by last years 
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was a complete powerhouse. They came out 
in the first two minutes of the game and 
scored with a touchdown by Kerry Caraccio. 
Due to the poor refereeing, the seniors were 
unable to come away with another touch- 
down. The score ended 6-0 with the seniors 
on top of course. There were also fine per- 
formances by the handsome cheerleaders of 
MHS. 



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cess. The play, "The Pink Panther Strikes 
Again," had star actors Dave Palino and 
Erica Raschella. Everyone gave a fine perfor- 
mance. It was Mr. Sestini's first year produc- 
ing the play and it was obvious that he was 
successful. 




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Although the team was inexperienced and 
was set back by injuries, these boys still 
worked hard. Team captains were Tony Nem- 
micola, who was an all conference pick, Jeff 
Boivin, an M.V.C. all-star, and Scott Hulse. 
.u, These guys were an enthusiastic bunch and 
hated to see the season end. 



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FIELD 
HOCKEY 




This enthusiastic and highly motivated team surprised a lot of people by compiling a winning 
record. The teams' captains were Heather Heinz, Allyson Golec, and Shannon Doran. Heather 
Heinz was named an all-star, while Allyson Golec and Shanna Lynch earned all-conference 
honors. Over all it was a season full of fun. 



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VOLLEYBALL 




The volleyball team went through some changes this season. One big 
one being a new coach, Kyle Campbell. He did a fine job for the girls. 
They were hard workers under the leadership of captains Kerry Carac- 
cio and Wendy Tamis. 



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CHEERLEADERS 







This 1989-1990 cheerleading squad got a lot 
accomplished this season. Captains Holly 
Markey, Dawn Ruggiero, and Lisa Pol- 
chopek led the squad to the finals in Texas. 
These cheerleaders had a great deal of success 
and have a lot to be proud of. 



BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 




Although this team was small, they always ^ 
gave it their best. Captain Eric Dechane, 
being the teams' most valuable player, was a 
big help. These boys worked hard this season 
and look forward to next year under the lead- 
ership of Jonathan Wlodyka. 



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GIRLS CROSS 
COUNTRY 




Girls cross country had a tough season this year. The girls worked hard though, and have a lot to be proud of. Captain Shauna Crafton went 
undefeated for the season and also received all conference honors. The girls look forward to next year with Diana Diaz as captain. 



SWIMMING 




This season was the first for coach Karen Knightengale. The team was mostly freshmen and first year competitors. They were a small team, each 
with individual goals. The teams captain, Sandi Sprague, received honors for most valuable player. 



GYMNASTICS 




This team was not only young but also very 
small. There were some injuries throughout 
the season and this gave the team some dis- 
advantages. With all of these set backs, the 
team still had a good season thanks to out- 
standing performances by Robin Beeley. The 
team was led by senior captain Nadeane La- 
Croix. 



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GIRLS BASKETBALL 




The girls basketball team enjoyed a very suc- 
cessful season, capturing the M.V.C. small 
school title. The team also made it into the 
state tournament and were Division 1 , North- 
ern area finalists. The team was led by tri- 
captains Beth Pickles, Britta Pittochelli, and 
Wendy Tamis. Congratulations to Britta for 
receiving the Boston Garden Good Sports- 
manship Award. 



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The boys basketball team always gave everything they had even up until the final seconds of 
the game. The team was led by captains Tom Livingston and Lonnie Giordano. Con- 
gratulations to Tom Livingston for making a new 3-point record at Methuen High. All these 
running rangers have a lot to be proud of. 



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BOYS TRACK 




The boys track team had a fine season. The 
team was led by Craig Hosterman, Chris 
Campo, and Gilbert Nordelus. Although it 
was a rebuilding year for these rangers, they 
enjoyed a successful season. Congratulations 
to Gilbert for tying the school record in the 
high jump. 




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of. They received only one loss against un- 
defeated Tewksbury High School. This fine 
record led the team into the M.V.C. Small 
School Championship. The girls' were led by 
tri-captains Shauna Crafton, Kim Licciardi, 
and Sandi Sprague. 



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SKI TEAM 




The Methuen ski team improved its record 
this year with both the boys and girls winning 
several of their meets. Senior racers include 
Jamie Landry, Brad Provencher, Dan Roe- 
ger, Kelly Sheehan, Kerry Caraccio and Amy 
Bleczinski. Congratulations to Jim Winn for 
qualifying in the State Meet and Kelly 
Sheehan for finishing 19th in the League. 



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boys hockey team was a good group of kids who always gave their best. The captains of the team were Jeff Ouellette, Donald Granahan, and 
Scott Simoes. Gary Sanderson, Joe Laperriere, and Jeff Ouellette were honored with All Star. Although the team lost a lot of close games, 
they're looking forward to an improved season next year. 



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BOYS TRACK 




The boys track team had a fine season. 
Although they were a young team, they were 
hard workers. Max Geffrard was Class B 
State Champ in the discus, and Craig Hosier- 
man had an outstanding season placing fourth 
in New Englands. 



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The girls track team had an excellent sea- 
son. They ended their regular season earning 
the Class B State Championship. Seniors 
Britta Pittochelli, Beth Pickles and Wendy 
Tamis made it as far as New Englands with 
Beth placing third. Congratulations to Britta 
Pittichelli, Kathy Turonis and Allyson Golec 
for breaking the meet record for the state relay 
discus. Over all it's easy to see the team had a 
very successful season. 

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BOYS TENNIS 




The boys tennis team had a fine season de- 
spite the tragic loss of their captain Jason 
Craigo. He will be greatly missed and always 
remembered by his fellow teammates. 



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Although they didn't have a winning record, 
they always gave it everything they had. The 
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McCarthy, Shaun Berryman and Jeff (Slam 
Bam) Coppetta. This team advanced into the 
quarter final round of the State Tournament. 
Next season the team will definitely suffer 
from the loss of many talented seniors. 



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The girls softball team had a fine season by 
advancing to the quarter final round in the 
State Tournament. The teams captains were 
Kerri Carriccio, Michelle Mignault and Terri 
Ramerer. Congratulations to Michelle for 
breaking the school record for the most strike 
outs in a season. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 




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STUDENT SENATE 





FRONT ROW MaryBeth Magro, Erin Vaughan — PRES., Sean Donaghue — VP., Kelley Sheehan — 

CORR. SEC, Clive Mathieu. 

MIDDLE ROW Lakkana Sougsub, Rob Niceforo, Nancy Gianni, Kelly Noyes, Walter Choroco, Kathy 

Broadhurst, Kathy Lister. 

BACK ROW Tracy Sunderland, Beth Ferland, Colleen Kenyon, Chris Kotyla, Lori Jankowski, Brian Collins. 



STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL 




FRONT ROW Julie Sullivan 

MIDDLE ROW Kristina Tarini, Skip Buonanno 

BACK ROW Lenore Bencivenga 



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HONOR SOCIETIES 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
FLOOR David Kim — VP, Kelley Sheehan — TRES, Mr. 
Peter Mazzaglia — ADVISOR, Shauna Crafton — SEC, 
Kim Licciardi — HISTORIAN 

FRONT ROW Esther Potter, Hung Pham, Heather Heinz, 
Beth Pickles, John Delmonte, Stacey Bistany, Kristen Jones, 
Melissa Bouchard, Kerrie Belluardo 
MIDDLE ROW Sukanya Soubsub, Ravi Agarwal, Tracy 
Hebert, Christine Hersey, Chris Kozdra, Todd Gagnon, Jill 
Sunderland. Tara Mulrooney, Amy Blerczinski, Curtis 
Moore, Kellie Belluardo 

BACK ROW Joseph Cianciolo, Mehmet Cilingir, Ajay 
Kuntamukkala, Marc Anthony Angelone, John Desnet, 
Derek Ladd, Julie Sullivan, Greg Wright, Karen Kalitka, 
Katie Gilberti. 



FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY 
FRONT ROW Kevin Fluet 
MIDDLE ROW Michelle Mailhot, Clara 
Berty — SEC 
BACK ROW Kelley Sheehan — PRES 



SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 
FRONT ROW David Kim, Shauna Crafton — SEC, 
Joseph Zelic — PRES, Kristen Jones, Kim Licciardi 
MIDDLE ROW Esther Potter, Stacey Bistany, Tara 
Mulrooney, Lisa Kun, Amy Bleczinski 
BACK ROW Melissa Bouchard, Heather Heinz, Chris- 
tine Leal, Teresa Berardi, Dawn Ruggiero. 




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ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP 




FLOOR Katie Bistany, John Lucins- 

kas, Wendy Forgione 

FRONT ROW Teresa Berardi, Holly 

Markey, Dave Bernard, Michelle 

Lambert 

MIDDLE ROW Tami Shirton, Kelley 

Sheehan, Laurie Broderick, Jodie 

Belloise, Kim Licciardi 

BACK ROW Todd Gagnon, Chris 

Kozdra, Mr. Paul Fiorentini — 

Advisor; Kevin Fluet, Lyle Nichols. 



CHILD DEVELOPMENT 



FRONT ROW Melissa Gaffney, 

Stephanie Hrabak, Kim Carter, 

Debbie Morin, Lori Mazzone, Teresa 

Meile 

MIDDLE ROW Michelle Puopolo, 

Heidi Gebhardt, Erika Twomey, 

Wendy Chase, Amy Hitchmoth, Julia 

Hornbaker 

BACK ROW Tammy Stevens, Sherry 

Isbister — ADVISOR; Tricia Thun- 

strom. 




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PEERLEADERS 




SITTING Melissa Monahan, Richelle Martin, Julie Pawlik, Donna Bohondoney, Jonathan Cote, Sean Regal 

KNEELING Kristen Naroian, Katie Fleming, Kristen Minassian, Elsa Leal, Lenore Bencivenga, Kellie Belluardo, Jodie Student, Breda 

Putnam, Jennifer Osgood, Patty Blanchette, Kristie Lambalot, Jodie Gill, Robin Quinlan, Kathy Lister 

STANDING Karyn Regal, Katie Gilberti, Jill Sunderland, Kristina Tarini, Julie Sullivan, Kristen LeBlanc, Luicel Rodriguez, Kristen 

Veno, Kathy Iannalfo, Mandy Fredette, Michelle Rivera, Theresa Piazza, Allison Lynch, Erin Sarre, Heather Park 

FIRST ROW Marc Anthony Angelone, Sylvie Levesque, Rick Juknavorian, Tracy Hargreaves, Heather McLaughlin, Jessica Choroco, 

Curtis Moore, Amie Cianelli, Kama MeKhael, Diana Diaz, Dina Desmet, Jalon Fowler, Kerrie Belluardo, Kelly Cavanaugh, Rebekah 

Cook, Susan MacBride, Rodney Perez 

SECOND ROW Bob Kennedy, Kristen Ploetz, Nancy Ruhmann, Kim Gaffney, Michelle Poirier, Vicki Lebel, Michelle Lemieux, Erin 

Galvin, Deirdre Rys, Kristen Rinaldo, Tawnya Clancy, Beth Fox, Darlene Miller, Lara Pitocchelli, Steve DeSimone, Joe Pagnoni, Eric 

Denise, Matt Windish 

LAST ROW Erica Weston, Lori Furey, Sarah Marcoux, Kelly Noyes, Kathy Mceneaney , Shanna Lynch, Lloyd Glidden, Jason Danella, 

Skip Bounanno, Walter Choroco, Jennifer Bourassa, Melissa Markey , Jessica Crafton, Heidi Heinz, Tracey Sunderland. Todd Woekel, 

Shane Pierce, Peter Max. 




FLOOR Lisa Kun, Erin Vaughan, 
Shauna Crafton, Stacey Bistany, 
Heather Heinz, Kim Licciardi 
FIRST ROW Hun Q. Pham, Clive 
Mathieu, Amy Bleczinski, Mr. Dean 
Brouder — ADVISOR, Alida 
Jimenez, Melissa Bouchard, Kristen 
Godin 

MIDDLE ROW Chad Kozdra. John 
Segal, Britta Pitocchelli, Erik Baker, 
Wendy Forgione 

BACK ROW Marc Hecht, Kirk 
Soley, Jason Crago, Tony Pad- 
vaiskas, Allyson Golec. 



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SCIENCE CLUB 




FLOOR Joseph Zelic, John Delmonte 

FRONT ROW John Mc Andrew, John Dooley, David Kim 

MIDDLE ROW Ajay Kuntamukkala, Benny Kam, Mike Ferrara, Randy Gurski 

BACK ROW Jay Soucy. 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB 



FLOOR Curtis Moore — FRENCH 
REP, Julie Sullivan — FRENCH 
REP, Kristen Jones — SPANISH 
REP, John Dooley — LATIN REP, 
Kellie Belluardo — SPANISH 
REP, Holly Lakin — RUSSIA 
REP, Karen Kalitka — OVERALL 
REP 

FIRST ROW Sylvie Levesque, 
Michelle Mailhot, Amy Bleczinski, 
Greg Morris, John Delmonte, 
Joseph Zelic, Kelley Sheehan, 
Lenore Bencivenga, Kristen Minas- 
sian 

MIDDLE ROW Victoria Tridenti, 
Katie Gilberti, Amie Cianelli, Erin 
Galvin, Walter Choroco, Jen Wet- 
more, Katie Fleming, Heather Park, 
Kerne Belluardo 

BACK ROW Kathy Lister, Andrea 
Mitchell, Kim Gibney, Kristie 
Lambalot, James Palmieri, Julie 
Pawlick, Randy Gurski, Ajay 
Kuntamukkala, Ravi Agarwal. 




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ART HONOR SOCIETY 




FLOOR Holly Lakin, Kim Lavoie, Tracy Hebert — VP, Hung Q. Pham — TRES. 
FRONT ROW Kelley Hutton, Kelly Hulme, Scott Kent, Chris Farnham, Liz Grenier 
SECOND ROW Shaun Lattinville, Alan Sevajian. 



DRAMA CLUB 




FRONT ROW Amanda AutieYi, 
Curtis Moore, Michelle Mailhot, 
Debbie Morin, Alida Jimenez, Kerne 
Belluardo, Amie Cianelli 
MIDDLE ROW "DAD" Sestini — 
ADVISOR, Sabnna Autieri, Cynthia 
Corriveau, Allison Lynch, Kellie 
Belluardo 

BACK ROW Sam Jaber, Ben Hell- 
man, Amy Hitchmoth, Kristen Na- 
roian. 



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ARRANGERS 




FRONT ROW Kelly Cavanaugh, Michelle Mailhot — 
PRES, Amanda Autieri, Curtis Moore, Kristen Godin, 
Kerrie Belluardo, Cathie Fiorilla 
MIDDLE ROW Kristen Naroian, Kristine Jaber, Kellie 
Belluardo, Nicole Blaser, Ben Hellman, Amie Cianelli, 
Jodie Angelari, Sylvie Levesque, Sabrina Autieri 
BACK ROW Sam Jaber, Kurt Keinle, Matt Conley, 
Laura Hull, Franziska Youngblood. 



COLOR GUARD 




FRONT ROW Michelle Lambert, Sukanya Soubsub, Lakkana Soubsub 

MIDDLE ROW Franziska Youngblood, Debbie Morin, Nadine Archambault, Sylvie Levesque, Cynthia Corriveau 

BACK ROW Robin Quinlan, Holly Drew, Amy Gorelli. 



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CONCERT BAND 




FLOOR Debbie Morin, Christine Leal, Nadine Archambault, Erik Baker, Jay Anthony, Brian Newcomb, David Paolino, TriciaThun- 

strom, Carrie Doucette 

FIRST Jennifer Lutz, Kim Andrew, Gina DiFazzio, Kate Saab, Rick Juknavorian, Lisa D'Angelo, Jennifer Trovato, Nathalie Balch, 

Dawn Young, Jay Bistany, Michelle Miller 

MIDDLE Jodie Sipsey, Tracy Bellavance, Erin Kelly, Kathy Iannalfo, Melanie Raymond, Jill Sunderland, Julie Kittredge, Christine 

Corriveau, Kevin Berube, Curtis Moore, Holly Drew 

BACK Kathy Dube, John Garand, Randy Gurski, Kurt Kienle, Scott Waldie, Brian Goeear, Jeff Binette, Brian Hamman, Dennis 

Boucher, Bill Reilly, Marc Anthony Angelone. 



JAZZ BAND 





FLOOR Rick Juknavorian, Jay Anthony, David Paolino 

FIRST ROW Christine Corriveau, Brian Gobear, Brian Newcomb, 

Carrie Doucette 

MIDDLE ROW Bill Reilly, Kevin Berube, Dennis Boucher, Kate Saab 

BACK ROW Kathy Dube, Natalie Balch, Kurt Keinle, Marc Anthony 

Angelone, Kim Andrew. 



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WORK STUDY 




FLOOR Ronda Colantoni, Dave DelliColli, JoAnn Belzile, Kerry Meehan 

FRONT ROW Ryan Healy, David Cheatham, John Calvo, Dan Giardini, Dan Giroux, Grace Privitera, Robin Phillips 

MIDDLE ROW Lea Costello, Rhonda Stoker, Steve Estes, Tom Goulet, Ray Kane, TJ Geary, Shellene Miele 

BACK ROW Todd Morasse, Ricky Latulippe, Frank Spates, Sal Pappalardo, Steve Khoury, Mike Sefsick, Mr. Richard Brain 

— ADVISOR. 



DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 




FLOOR Cathy Kalil, Lori Miller, John lngalls, Eric Lewandowski, Thea Rapazzo, Rayy Yelle 

FRONT ROW Roy D'Agata, Stephanie Barbagallo, Sandy Almonte, Tony Champey, Carlo Licausi, Liz Ball, Jodi DiGlona 
MIDDLE ROW Ed Mehrmann, Shannon Paplaskas, Patt Winn, Pat McCarthy — CHAPTER PRES, Laurie Hoffman, Amy Thibodeau 
BACK ROW Shawn Trussel, Tom Tricca, Joe Currao, John Enos, Anthony Delotto. 



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BUSINESS CO-OP 




FLOOR Leslie Webb, Marc Jones, Wendy Chase 

FRONT ROW Kim Dube, Kristine Eastman, Denny Conte, Brenda Cintron 

MIDDLE ROW Leslie Silva, Mrs. Linda Lyons — ADVISOR, Wanda Rodriguez. 



ICE SKATING CLUB 




FRONT ROW MaryBeth Magro 
— C-CAPT, Kim Lavoie — 
CAPT, Nadine Archambault — 
C-CAPT, Tracy Hebert — SEC, 
Debbie Morin, Julia Hombaker 
MIDDLE ROW Jodi DiGloria, 
Kathy Iannalfo, Erin Sarre, Karyn 
Regal, Tricia Thunstrom, 
Michelle Rivera 

BACK ROW Allison Lynch, 
Norma Nicoletti, Alida Jimenez, 
Tammy Borucki, Kim Andrew. 



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OFFICE HELP 




FRONT ROW Wanda Rodriguez, 

Tracy Hebert, Holly Markey, Tracy 

Gallant 

MIDDLE ROW Tammy Stevens, 

Leslie Webb, Kim Carter 

BACK ROW Kristine Eastman, 

Leslie Silva 



MEDIA AIDES 




FRONT ROW Scott Kent, Jonathan Cote 

MIDDLE ROW Luicel Rodriguez, Karyn Regal, Susan MacBride. 



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FACULTY AND STUDENT BASKETBALL 





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Faces to Forget . . . Faces to Remember 

The Adored, The Respected, and The Loathed, 
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Draw On Them or Get Them Autographed 



YOU CAN DECIDE 



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Administration 




Steven Francis, Assistant Principal 



Sheila Cunningham, Assistant Principal 





Mr. Charles P. Littlefield, Superintendent of Schools 
Dr. Michael Muffs, Assistant Superintendent of Schools 
Dr. Marilyn Harris, Assistant Superintendent of Schools 



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Barbara Fiorello, Art Department Head Marylee Moynihan, Susan Wagner 



Richard Bowers 
Band Department Head 



Donald Sestini, ISS 




Richard Czarnec, Industrial Arts 
Department Head 



Edward Kelley 



James Shamberger 



Mary Viscosi, School Nurse 





Judy Cade, 
Home Economics Department Head 



Maryellen Devlin 



Nancy Cook, Bilingual 



Charles Eksoozian 



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Business Week 




Joseph Austin, 

Occupational/ Vocational , 

Department Head 



Steven Sudol 



Kathy Green 



Milton Lebowitz 




Mario Pagnoni 



Patricia Walsh 



Walter Pare 



Richard Brain 



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Guidance 




Alvin Huebner, Department Head 



Alton Bailey 



Gary Banks 



William Cullen 




Adele Demers 



Trudy Redmond 



Tony Sanderson 



Lois Boynes 




Marion Minahan 



Marilyn Dufton 



Ellen Sicard 



Sylvia Robichaud 



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William Gosselin, Director 



Larry Klimas 




Carol Bailey 



Joseph Robillard 



Karen Bergeron 




Brian Urquhart 



Booklist Bon Appetit Popular Mechanics 




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Patricia Pelletier, Maggie Moynihan, Linda Friel, 

Kenneth Hoffman (Department Head), 

Rita Sanguedolce, Betty Shaw 



Rita Bonnano, Department Head 



Frank Simone. Department Head 



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Travel 




Karen Hallbauer 



Carol Levesque 



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Gerard Gagne, Department Head 




Beverly Taylor 



Kathy Van Horn 



Cindy Wilcock 



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Journal 




Elizabeth Keroach, Department Head 



Dean Brouder 



William Connery 



Elaine Crane 




Leonie Longshore 



Jennifer Smith 



Ann Marie Pinet 



Linda Boxleitner 



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Special Education 




Diane Climo 



Sharon Landers 



Carolyn Griffen 




Carol Young 



Dorothy Mcintosh 



Janice Collamore 



Patrice Grande 




Judy Berube, Barbara Cronin. Mary Colman 
Kennedy, Blodwin Saindon 



Jean Mathies 



Fran Garofalo 



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John Moore — Department Head 



David Belliveau 



Daniel Burton 




Peter Salemi 



John Ziminski 



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Robert Fradette — Department Head 



Marie Comeau 



Jacqueline Dirsa 



Ann Eckman 




Joanne Gallagher 



Judith Hiller 



Susan McGrath 





Marianne Moran 



Rhonda Rhumshottel 



Maureen Trionello 



Frank Yelle 



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American History 





Michael Hughes — Department Head 



Diane Dandreta 



Paul Fiorentini 



James Healey 




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Michael McCormick 



John Nigrelli 



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Frank Rapisardi 




Robert Rosmarino 



Carol Scalera 



David Whiting 



Donald Smith 



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A Tribute to the Class of 1990 

Two years ago my father and I had the opportunity to ask for your help and your support in reuniting my mother, two sisters, 
and a little brother; and that you did it willingly. The rest of the family were allowed to leave Vietnam, because of your help. 
And because of you, we were able to have a wonderful and joyous reunion last year in March. On the behalf of my family I 
would like to thank you for your help. We owed the Class of 1990 our sincere gratitude. I can not express in words how I feel 
about your help. If only there were more people like yourselves, then this world would, indeed, be a heaven on earth. You 
have taught me so much about life even though you are not aware of it. You have enlightened me about the meaning of the 
phrase "love your neighbor as yourself." It is a lesson that should never be forgotten. 

My family and I wish you the best of the luck in the coming years of your life. I sincerely hope that you will reach your goals 
and dreams. If you ever feel hopeless, then my advice to you is to remember what I have gone through. For nine desperate 
years I was separated from my mother, two sisters, and a little brother. At times, I felt hopeless myself, but I did not give up 
the struggle to see them again. There is always someone around to help if you ask. The best of luck to you all and hopefully we 
may see each other again in the class reunion. 

Thank you, 
Hung Pham 




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As we were handed our middle school diplomas, we reflected on our last few years and realized they were now in the 
past. We began to anxiously await the next four years of high school. Some of us with apprehension, some of us with 
anxiety, but we all knew these would be the "best years of our lives." 

On September 1986 the dreaded day came. It wasn't as bad as we thought though. After a month our eyes adjusted tc 
the odd color combinations but we still couldn't find the third floor with that darn swimming pool ! Through all this a few 
leaders emerged in the positions of our class officers. They were Esther Potter as President, Wendy Tamis as Vice- 
President, Wendy Forgione as Secretary, and Cindy Sabatino as treasurer. We also elected Senate members. 

In freshman year we began discovering new people, sports, and clubs. After a short summer, sophomore year began 
with the re-election of three of last years officer's with the exception of Tracy Gallant as our new Treasurer. Academi 
cally and athletically we had many standouts this year. Inductees into the National Honor Society were selected wit! 
people like Wendy Tamis, Shauna Crafton, Sukanya Soubsub, Stacey Bistany, Kelley Sheehan, John Delmonte, Da 
Gaudet, Christian Kozdra, Tracy Hebert, Melissa Bouchard, Tara Mulrooney, Mike Ward, Hung Pham, Scott Hulse, 
Brenda Cintron, Amy Blezcinski, Patricia Thumstrom, Kim Licciardi, Esther Potter, Carolyn Austin, Todd Gagnon, 
Beth Pickles, and Jason Crago. Jason winning the Student Overall Achievement Recognition Award that year, an award 
usually presented to seniors. Athletically there were many participating in varsity sports. All the teams did well, espe- 
cially the boys and girls spring track teams who won the state meet with major contributions from the up and coming 
sophomores. After much controversy our new officers were elected. They were Esther Potter as President, Shaun Berry- 
man as Vice-President, Britta Pitocchelli as Secretary and Heather Heinz as Treasurer. Before we knew it the summer 
was over and junior year was upon us. Again there were many athletic standouts. Shauna Crafton made the all- 
conference team in cross-country and Pete Doherty gained all-star status in golf. During the winter season basketball 
stars Beth Pickles and Britta Pitocchelli won all-conference and all-star honors. In the track Sandi Sprague and Craig 
Hosterman were Eagle Tribune all-stars in shotput and hurdles respectively. Jeff Ouellette was an all-star defenseman. 1 
Spring sprung and the baseball team had its share of wins. With all-conference player Billy Bonanno on the mound and 
all-star Jeff Copetta behind the plate, the team went to an 18-2 record. And once again the boys and girls track teams did 
very well with 2nd year all stars Britta Pitocchelli, Wendy Tamis, Beth Pickles, and Craig Hosterman. Craig was also : 
part of the 4 x 110 relay along with all-stars Mike Kisiel, Chris Campo, and Gilbert Nordelus. 

There were award winners in academics also. We had a SOAR Award winner Wendy Tamis during the spring and she 1 * 
was also selected for the annual girl's state convention, along with Britta Pitocchelli, Marybeth Magro, and Kelley 
Sheehan. And attending boy's state was Matt Debrocke, Hung Pham, Todd Gagnon, Jason Crago, John Delmonte, 
David Kim and Christian Kozdra. This was a week long government debate session at local colleges. Again Honor 
Society inductees were chosen and they were David Kim and Debbie Raymond. This led to the electing of next year's 
Honor Society officer's. The chosen few were Wendy Tamis as President, David Kim as Vice-President, Shauna 
Crafton as Secretary, Kelley Sheehan as treasurer, and Kim Licciardi as historian. Art Honor Society also had its induc- 
tions. Tracy Hebert, Tammy Cintron, Jason Crago, Carolyn Austin, Shannon Doran, Nikki Blouin, Christine Russo, 
and Hung Pham, Kim Lavoie, Scott Kent, Tami Shirton, Alan Sevajian, Shaun Lattinville, Chris Farnham. 

As junior year started coming to a close we attended college and career fairs and the reality of life after high school 
started sitting in. We also elected class officer's and once again the chosen four were Esther, Shaun, Britta, and Heather. 
And summer was underway. We also elected Senate members Kelley Sheehan, Suzanne Boucher, Matt Debrocke, 
Marybeth Magro and Erin Vaughn. 

As the summer came to a close, we began the last leg of our high school career. By October most of us were preparing 
for the major task of filling out our college applications while others started looking for a trade to take up or a job to find. 

The athletic teams were a bit shakey in the fall. Our football teams, led by tri-captains Shaun Berryman, Jeff "Slim" 
Ouellette, and Pat McCarthy, scraped up a 1-8 record. The boys cross-country team and captain Eric Dechane ran to a 
2- 10 record, while the girls team led by their undefeated captain, Shauna Crafton ran to a 5-5 record. The golf team had a 
rough year, missing the MVC Small School title by one defeat, but dubbed their way to a 8-8 record. The team was led ' 
by seniors Matt Debrocke and Jason Crago. The girls swim team swam to a 2-8 record. They were led by captain Sandi 



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'Flipper' ' Sprague. The girls volleyball team spiked its way to a 4 and 1 6 record with Beth Pickles chosen to the all-star 
earn leading the way. Also helping with the load were captains Wendy Tamis and Kerry Caraccio. The field hockey ran 
n their little skirts to a 6-8-2 record led by captain Shannon Doran and all-star performances by captains Allyson Golec 
ind Heather Heinz. The boys soccer team kicked its way to a 3- 1 5 record. They were led by captains Scott Hulse, all-star 
feff Boivin, and all-conference pick Tony Nimiccola. Then the new girls soccer team came into the picture. They were 
ed by captain Terri Ramirez and with valiant efforts had a 0-10 record season. 

The annual Homecoming Queen elections were begun with a numerous amount of candidates. The final results were 
2nd runner-up Britta Pitocchelli; 1st runner up Heather Heinz, and the Queen herself, Kristine Eastman. The powder 
Duff football game was a huge success with seniors getting the win. The cheerleaders were the most "beautiful" and 
nost "unusual" in a while. 

The winter sports season began, which was started off with the cheerleaders attending the National Championship in 
Texas in December. They were ranked 36th out of 1 10 teams, with captains Dawn Ruggierrio and Holly Markey leading 
ihe way. The hockey team was lead by captains Jeff "Slim" Ouellette, Don Granahan, and Scott Simoes, and they 
skated to a 3-13-4 record. All conference pick Jeff Ouellette broke the MHS record as he got the most career goals by a 
iefenseman. The girls gymnastics team flipped to a 4-3 record and was led by solo Captain Nadeane Lacroix. The boys 
ind girls winter track teams did well and had all-stars in undefeated captains Sandi Sprague, Shauna Crafton and Craig 
-losterman. The third tri-captain Kim Licciardi was unfortunate to succumb to shin injuries during her senior year. The 
3oy s basketball team shot their way to a 4- 1 6 record . Jeremy Dzsiadoz was picked to the all-conference team while Tom 
Livingston, who broke the 3-point season record, was named to the all-star team. On the slopes the girls ski team went to 
1 2-8 record led by Amy Blezinski, and the boys had a 4- 10 record with Jamie Landry leading them. And on the mats the 
wrestling team pinned a 17-5 record and ranked 9th in the state. Dan Alicia and Jeff Lee were both state champions and 
Tiade all-states. Jeff Lee also placed second in the New England's. The girls basketball team dribbled their way to 
successful season with a 12-3 regular season record. They were led by captains Wendy Tamis, and all conference 
players Britta Pitocchelli and Beth Pickles. Allyson Golec and Sherry Bannon also had all-star seasons. Their great 
regular season qualified them for the state tournament. The student body was very supportive of the girls team and with 
:his there was the dawn of a new age. The creation of an outstanding group of students with tremendous school spirit. 
The were the one, the only . . . "The Ultimate Rangers". They were led by tri-founders Scott Hulse, Matt Debrocke, 
ind John Dooley . This radical group of fans grew and grew and caught on like wild fire, here at the high school. They 
ittended every game and supported their team in every way. The girls went all the way to the North Sectional final game. 
\nd when the girls lost to Bishop Fenwick "The Ultimate Rangers" valiantly went down with them. However, "The 
pitimate Rangers" will live on forever in the hearts and minds of students at MHS. 

During the spring season the teams started off pretty well. The girls track team had record throws in the shot put and 
discuss by Beth Pickles and Britta Pitocchelli. In boys track the team is led by Craig Hosterman, Mike Kisiel, and Chris 
Campo. The baseball team is being led by captains Shaun Berry man (who is headed to U MASS), Pat McCarthy, and 
I Billy Bonanno. The softball team is being led by tremendous pitcher Michelle "Migsy" Mignault, second baseman 
Kerry Caraccio, and Terri Ramirez. 

Although there were many awards and standouts this year, unfortunately we were also disrupted with two tremendous 
osses. In March Cynthia Lumb was killed in an automobile accident and Jason Crago died in April while competing in a 
ennis match. These two fellow classmates were very well known and will be remembered forever in our hearts and 
ninds. 

Once again Honor Society had its inductions and this year seniors Heather Heinz, Theresa Meile, and Erika Raschella 
vere inducted. 

Finally, here we are about to graduate in a few days. Some of us off to college like John Delmonte — MIT; David Kim 
[—Naval Academy; Esther Potter — St. Andrew's; Shaun Berryman on a baseball scholarship to U MASS; Beth Pickles 
)n a basketball scholarship to Merrimack College; and Wendy Tamis is going to Dartmouth College for track. Some of 
is will be attending 2-year colleges or prep schools. Some will find trade schools their way to go and still others might 
ake a year off to work or maybe already have a set future for themselves. No matter what path we choose to follow I 
icnow the Class of 1990 will be the one that stands out and succeeds in whatever they do, and will be remembered for 
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Class Will 



We, Ihe Senior Class of 1990 being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath the following to friends, teachers, and underclassmen: 
I, Erin Vaughn, leave Marybeth Magro a fnendship that will last forever. 
I, Shauna Crafton, leave the girl's cross country team the hill in the woods. 
I, Stacey, leave Gilbert and Dave a life without Skeezoids. 

I, Erik Baker, leave Jill Sunderland my everlasting love forever and hope we can get back together after college. 
I, Dan Diprima, leave all my good friends the fond memories. 
We, the senior boys, leave Kirk Soley a blow up doll of Jeff Ouellette. 
We, the senior boys, leave John Dooley a saddle and a whip. 
We, the senior boys, leave Matt Debrocke a few inches. 

I, Holly Markey, leave Debbie Raymond all the conversations in Anatomy about J.B. 
I, Jeff Ouellette, leave Heather Heinz all my love. 

We, the class of 1990, leave Kristen Kraunelis a blow up doll of Todd Gagnon. 
I, Kerry Carraccio, leave Amy Hitchmoth all the memories of our singing together. 
I, Sand i, leave Britta love, hope, happiness, and a friend, if not cousin for life. 
I, Steve Blair, leave Kerry Carraccio the one night she always wanted. 

1, Heather Gill, leave Allison Goodwin a bottle of peroxide, and an endless charge account for "Scribbles". 
I, Michelle, leave Jen & Anisa the great times we had the four years we've been friends. 
I, Tami Shulon, leave all my friends the "wonderful" days Methuen High School. 

1, Chad Kozdra, leave Sergio Viera a new pair of legs so that he can jump out of the way of Mike Battyes car. 
I, Jason Ott, leave Shannon Pappalaskas a kitchen sink and a hope that someday she will nde the Harley on the Horizon. 
We, Lyle Nichols and Fred Gorham leave Mr. Moore a cheeseburger and a fry from McDonalds. 
I, Otis the orderlie, leave Hindu Harry my oscar. 
I, Kim Lavoie, leave Teresa Miele 5 inches 

We, Amy Thibodeau, Tracy Donahue, and Jennifer DiLorenzo leave our memories of Cynthia Lumb to last forever in everyone's hearts. 
We, the girls of DN4, leave Samanlha Antoon a dream date with John Lucas. 
We, Cara and Michelle, leave Donny Preston a new mirror and brush. 

I, Michelle, leave Jay and Rick the memories of my aircraft carrier and hopefully own one of your own someday. 

I, Kim Licciardi, leave Shauna Crafton, Stacey Bistany, Holley Markey, and Amy Bleczinski, a thank you for making a friendship last twelve years. 
I. Wendy Tamis, leave John Dooley in the closet that we've been in all year. 
I, Leslie Webb leave Heather Gill a life long supply of silly putty. 
1, Mike Kisel give Stacie Gebo everything she wants. 

1, Kristen Jones leave Kathie Kraunelis a barf bag for the next time I try to drive a standard. 
I, Heather Heinz, leave Jeff Ouellette all the special times we've shared and keep them at heart 

1, Teresa Meile, leave Amy Hitchmoth her own personal Chippendales chauffeur and a limo in case she ever gets her license 
I, Christa Martel, leave Pat McCarthy and Carlo LiCausi the memories of the black tank top. 
I, Nicki, leave Amy Ryan a life with the Brady's. 
1, Britta, leave Matt a piece of the forbidden fruit and a can of spinach. 
We, Carolyn, Amy, Nicki, and Sherri leave Heather Park kisses of sweet honey and stuff. 
I, Dawn Ruggiero, leave Lisa K. a lifetime of many more crazy and happy times together. 
I, Tracey, leave Mr. Whiting a new gopher to do all of his graphic arts work. 
I, Liz Ball, leave Pat McCarthy a new challenge. 
I, Jeff Becotte, leave David St. Jean a life supply of gas. 

I, Esther Potter, leave Craig Hosterman all the love he can take with him to college. 
We, the class of 1990, leave Dan Herlihy a Kermit the frog mug "holding a microphone". 
I, Marybeth, leave Brenna someone else to give dirty looks to. 

I, Stephanie Barhagallo, leave Cathy Kalil another night to stay out without getting caught. 
We, the senior girls in first period study, leave Melissa Bouchard with her neverending stories about her family. 

I, Sherry, leave Wendy Tamis all the awesome times we've had and the best of luck in everything she does because she deserves the best. 
We, Bntta and Tony, leave Mac Livingston a continuous recording of "the Humpty" song so he can do whatever he wants to do while it's playing. 
We, Carrie Pothier and Cara Dallon, leave Michelle Ramsden a new pair of Reebok's. 
I, Steve Castiglione, leave Ray Yelle a new bike for when he got struck by lightning. 
I, Theresa Kramer, leave Kate McAndrew a lifetime of good memories and my fnendship. 
I, Jennifer Dilorenzo, leave Rhonda Dureault and Joan Gaffney a book of stamped passes. 
I, Erick Deshane, leave the track team a roll of toilet paper. 

I, Lisa Archibald, leave Rob Merrill all the special memories we have shared and hope for many more 
I, Lori Miller, leave John Morin a sunny day with no weather reactions. 

I, Debbie Monn, leave Mr. "Dad" Sestini an extra extra large coffee from Dunkin Donuts with cream, no sugar. 
We, Chad Kozdra and Mark Jones, leave John Segal a gold hurdle in memories of the Andover meet. 
I, Lisa Kun, leave Holly Markey the incredible memories of her summers and my winters. 

We, Kathy Turonis, Allyson Golec, and Bntta Pitochelli, leave Pat McCarthy the favors we owe him for making those 3 pointers in gym. 
I, Knsten Jones leave Allyson Golec a "get out of jail free" pass. 
We, the friends of Sherry Bannon, leave her a blow up doll of Tom. 
I, Terry Ramirez, leave all my friends one last night before we leave for college 
We, Pete Doherty and Scott Simoes, would like to leave the golf team a new coach. 

The cast of the senior class play leaves to the budding young actors and actresses of the junior class, our Dad. You can use him but please don't abuse him 
We, Wendy Chase and Lon Miller, leave Cathy Kalil a jeep because we know she won't get one from her parents. 
I, Carlo LiCausi, leave Fred Gorham a car since 1 took his. 
The class of 1990 would like to leave Mac Livingston a bumper car 

I, Steven Zappala, leave Enk Baker my appreciation for helping me these four years at Methuen High. I will never forget you. 
We, Mr. Hallbauer's first period, leave Mr Hallbauer. 
I, Stacey, leave Shauna a depend undergarment. 
We, Chnsta Martel and Erin Vaughn, leave Fred Gorham our sisters. 

I, Shauna Crafton, leave Stacey Bistany a lifelong fnendship and many more dinners at the 99. 
I, Kristen Jones, leave Kim Licciardi a compact to avoid Osco Drug and flat tires. 
To the guys in my homeroom, I Tara Mulrooney leave "the long awaited" answer to their question. 
I, Beth Pickles, leave K.K. the school shot put record, and a new hero. 

I, Wendy Forgione, leave Wendy Tamis a lifetime supply of rolos so she'll always have a rolo to roll to her pal 

We, Chnsta Martel, Wendy Forgione, and Kathy Turonis, leave Shaun Muslapher, Lance Little, and Joe Pagnoni a night they'll never forget. 
I, Marc Hect, leave Debbie Raymond my fnendship forever. 

I, Julia Hombacker, leave Tracy Grealish an unlimited supply of airline tickets to Honda 
I, Ray Yelle, leave Lon Miller a bucket of bleach and a case of hairspray. 
I, Katie, leave John Delmonte a raincheck for the night he missed out on! Good luck at MIT 
I, Wendy Tamis, leave Mem Andrew my 6th place nbbon from the state relay. 
I, Michelle Puopolo, leave Karyn Regal my locker. 
I, Beatrice, leave 5% of everything I own to Jackie O'Sullivan. 

I, Erika Raschella, leave everyone from the play the memones of the fun and the good times we had and the Piano Man 
We, John Dooley, Scott Hulse, and Matt Debrocke. leave the junior class the "Ultimate Rangers" 
1, Amy Thibodeau, leave Tracy Donahue with the best of luck with her baby. 
We, Patrick McCarthy and Dan Dipnma, leave Wendy Forgione Homecoming Queen. 
1, Holly Markey, leave Dawn Ruggiero all the great times in cheerleading. 
We, the soccer team, leave Jeff Boiven another penalty shot against Central. 
We, the class of 1990, leave Craig Hosterman an argument he can't win. 

I, Danielle leave Kathy Kraunelis the many special memones we've shared through the years. Thanks 
We, Kerry Caraccio and Mem Andrews, leave Clara Berty a few more excused absences in case she didn't get enough. 
We, the senior boys, leave Dan Diprima a blow-up doll of John Elway. 
1, Kathy Kraunelis, leave Tony Padvaiskas a wig. 

I, Chris Campo, leave Katnna Blaisdeil an award for being the best girlfriend anyone could ever have, and also the rest of my life. 
I, Sand i. leave Britta the excuses for being late and a portable bathroom. 

We, Mrs. Moran's fourth penod class, leave a life supply of vanilla cake with chocolate frosting and a collection of country western music. 
I, Heather Gill, leave John Nicoletti all my fnendship and love. 
We, the senior boys, leave Jeremy Dziadosz Holly Markey. 

I, Fred Gorham, leave Christa Martel "thanks" for all the fond memories of senior year. 
I, Shaun Berry man, leave Greg Moms another lucky rock. 
I, Amy Hitchmoth, leave Tara Mulrooney the best fnend award 

I, Diane Brown, leave Leslie Silva a toilet, dustbuster, and other assorted sound effects. 
I, Michelle, leave Cara Dallon her dream date with Mark Monez 

We, the senior band members, leave Mr. Bowers a set of cassette lessons on how to pronounce words. 
I, Michelle, leave Tnsh many return trips to 200-Mass, co-ed bathrooms, and lots of guys in towels. 
I, Kim Licciardi, would like to leave all my fnends a thank-you for listening to me complain about everything. 
I, Cara Dallon, leave Michelle Ramsden a monogrammed Jiffy John. 

We, the fifth penod class of child development leave Mrs. Isbister a pocket speller so she won't be lost next year. 
I, Mickey, leave Sylvia one more song on Milk Street. 
We, "The Girls for all Seasons", leave Sherry Bannon some coordination. 



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I, Leslie Webb, leave Brenda Shirton a car. 

I, Teresa Miele, leave Kim Lavoie the stories of how we met Carl, the three amigos, and the Central dance incident. 

I, Christa Martel, leave Fred Gorham a single red rose. 

We, the senior boys, leave Jeff Ouellette $10.00 so he can pay Dan Diprima. 

We, the senior boys, leave Shaun Benryman an empty space behind his neighbor's shed. 

I, Dawn Ruggiero, leave Lisa K. a chance to hold on to DC. for the rest of her life. 

I, Tracey Hebert, leave Mr. Francis a new book of puns and jokes. 

I, Heather Heinz, leave Melissa Bouchard all the great memories of our friendship and the smarts to never let anything ruin it again. 

We, the class of 1990, leave Cathy Kalil and Steve Castiglione a gift certificate to Supercuts. 

I, Jeff Becotte, leave Shane Josokos a maid to clean up after us. 

Mr. McCormicks fifth period Hon. Psych leaves him a class filed with fat people that he can make fun of. 

I, Pat McCarthy, leave Liz Ball a candlelight dinner and a weekend in Canada. 

We, Tracy Donahue and Jen Dilorenzo, leave our fnend Amy a car that runs without obscene noises coming from it. 

We, the unknown, leave Mike Ullman a insurance check. 

I, Marybeth, leave Tracie a night with Steve P. and Kathy a night with Joel. 

We, Stephanie Barbagallo and Liz Ball, leave Pat McCarthy a room full of memories. 

We, Stephanie Barbagallo, Liz Ball and Pat McCarthy leave Mr. Leb a bill for three pillows from the Cape. 

I, Sherry, leave Terri with our neverending friendship and all the fun times we've had. 

I, Steve Castiglione, leave Wendy Chase a green leafy tree. 

I, Melissa Bouchard, leave Shane Josokos a sling for his arm so it will stay out of my windows. 

We, Lori Miller, Cathy Kalil, and Wendy Chase leave Sandi Almonte a ticket to California and a marriage license. 

I, Debbie Morin, leave Holy Drew decent grades in level two classes and a great colorgaurd season. 

We, John Dooley, Scott Hulse. Dan Dipnma. and Jeff Ouellette leave Matt Debrocke more bags of leaves. 

1, Kathy Turonis, leave Jeff Ouellette an anatomy class in the media labs. 

I, Terri, leave Sherry Bannon a lifelong friendship that will never end. 

The track team leaves Chris Campo a new set of ankles so he can prove he can break the school record in the long jump. 

I, Carlo Licausi, leave Shane Josokos a real car. 

We, Jeff Naroian, Aaron Schindler, and Kevin Dibella leave Sean Oakhem a blow up doll of Sean Whiteman. 

The seniors in Mr. Fuller's sixth period Ecology class would like to leave him his very own school pond and a ticket to bring a date to the National River Wildlife Refuge. 

I, Michael Ward, leave Kerry Beeley my dorm room floor at FIT to sleep over whenever she wants. 

I, Scott Hulse, leave Matt Debrocke a string for his shorts. 

I, Stacey, leave Shauna many happy memories with more to come at Stonehill. 

I, Erin Vaughn, leave Suzanne Boucher the pictures I have of her from Maine. 

I, Tara Mulrooney, leave Todd Gagnon the knowledge that he is one of the only "real men" in fourth period study. 

I, Beth Pickles, leave "Queerue" ail the luck in the world I'll need a good physical therapist. 

We the class of 1990, leave Holley Markey a DEB shop of her own. 

We. this year's first period DN 4 senior study, leave to next year's seniors, Mrs. Lyon's daily "B-b-b-reakfast" call. 

I, Wendy Forgione, leave Alicia Hamlett another basketball to throw at Donald Granahan. 

I, Katie Bistany. leave my best friend Enka my dad's car and lots of men to flirt with! Good luck at Bradford college. 

We, Fred Gorham, Lyle Nichols, Tracy Gallant, Carlo LiCausi, Kathy Kraunelis, Christa Martel, and Wendy Forgione leave Jeff Boivan another fun filled day at Noshoba Valley Ski Resort. 

We, the senior girl basketball players leave next years team a cage for Laurie Berryman so she can't kick, scratch, or bite anyone anymore. 

I, Amy Thibodeau, finally leave MHS. 

We the class of 1990 leave Dan Gaudet and Jamie Landry a permanent pass to take Fridays off. 

We the sixth period photography class leave Mrs. Moynihan the nght technique for landing after jumping from a roof 

We the class of 1990 leave Craig Hosterman another mailbox to run into on his moped 

We the class of 1990 leave Jeff Boivin one more injury to milk. 

I, Kathy Kraunelis, leave Danielle Favazza, Allyson Golec, and Stephanie Ryan memories of October, Friday the 13th, MacDonald's, and the Methuen Police Station. 

We the track team leaves Mike Kisiel his own blow up doll of Coach Klimas so they will always be together. 

I, Sandi, leave Beth Pickles the path less traveled by and may she never get lost upon it. 

The class of 1990 leaves the many beautiful memories of Jason Crago. He will be forever in our hearts and minds. 

I, Diane, leave Cara a boyfriend to stay with for more than two months. 

I, Kim Licciardi, leave Kristen Jones a chapter in our physics book that we actually understand and all our memories of winter track. 

I, Tracy Hebert, leave Kim Lavoie a book of compliments so she can stop putting herself down. 

We, the senior boys leave the town of Melhuen all the pumpkins we stole. 

I, Stephanie Barbagallo, leave Joe Gulla a year's supply of Mr. Caruso's worksheets. 

I, Sherry, leave Stephanie a pair of socks so her feet won't swell. 

I, Christa Martel, leave Jeff Boivin all the good times and a trip to Australia. 

I, Kim Licciardi, leave Allyson Golec the best of luck at Fitchburg and a thank you for always being there. 

I, Diane Brown, leave Michelle Mr. Right. 

I, Sandi, leave K.K. a broadway show which she can dance and sing in. 

We, Lisa and Sandi, leave Beth Pickles a nutritional lunch. 

I, Kathy Kraunelis, leave Kelley Sheehan a motorcycle ... to make her happy. 

We, the senior class leave Matt Fleming an everlasting supply of excused absence notes. 

We, "the girls", leave Curt Casista a set of hands to keep to himself. 

I, Debbie Morin, leave Nadine Archambault breakfast at Dunkin Donuts for a year. 

I, Debbie Morin, leave the MHS marching band another undefeated season, and first place in the finals. 

I, Kathy Turonis, leave John Dooley all the memories of the great times we had and the fnendship I hope to never lose. 

The senior track runners leave Gannon "the cannon" Woekel a years supply of "T.P" 

I, Michael Ward, leave Scott Simoes, Jeff Becotte, Matt Debrocke, and Ed Mehrman screwdrivers from Sears. 

I, Danielle Favazza leave Alicia Hamlett a shovel and a stop sign for the next dead cat we come across. 

We, Alicia, Kathy, Stephanie, Sherry, and Terri leave Nadine Lacroix a gift certificate to Weight Watchers. 

I, Stacy, leave Tara a life of happiness with Chris. 

I, Tara Mulrooney, leave Amy Hitchmoth everything she has been to me in the past four years, lots of love, good luck in college, and the knowledge that "friends are friends forever . you know the rest. 

I, Beth Pickles, leave Sandi Sprague the road less traveled by, it makes all the difference. 

I, Wendy Forgione, leave Kathy Kraunelis another trip on the chairlift up the mountain. 

I, Sherry, leave Heather Heinz a stretch exerciser. 

I, Chnsta Martel, leave Tracy Gallant a bikini top that fits her and a continuing friendship. 

I, Craig Hosterman, leave Mr. Hughes a student just like me in every class he ever has until the day he quits. 

I, Sandi, leave Mike Ward the muscles he thinks he has. 

I, Holly Markey, leave Lisa Kun the wonderful times with the G.D.'s. 

I, Melissa Bouchard, leave Britta Pitochelli everlasting thanks for all she has done for me in the past four years. 

I, Kathy Turonis, leave Christa Martel and Wendy Forgione all the Pre-Calculus homeworks they did for me all year. 

We the senior boys leave Shaun Berryman a wardrobe of skirts for all his future girlfriends. 

I, Matt Debrocke, leave Mike Ward George Carlin, Suckatash, and Banana Guacamole. 

To Stacy Bistany my almost roomate, I Tara Mulrooney leave lots of love and the best of luck at Stonehill. remember it was B.C.'s loss. 

I, Beth Pickles, leave Laurie Berryman the legend of "Lil and Big cheeks" maybe hers will grow. 

I, Wendy Forgione, leave Jeff Ouellette another homerun. 

I, Britta Pitocchelh, leave Sandi Sprague a lifetime fnendship full of laughs, tears, and many memories. 

We the senior boys leave Tony Padvaiskas a new tire for his bike. 

We, K.K., Jeff, and Sandi leave Todd Gagnon a keyring with a beeper on it. 

I, Kathy Kraunelis, leave Tracy Gallant all the memories dunng the past 13 years of our fnendship and many more to come. 

I, Cathy Kalil, leave Lon Miller a white Fiero and Michael Angelo. 

I, Cathy Kalil, leave Wendy Chase a bottle of spot remover and a one hour pool game. 

I, Matt Debrocke, leave Scottie Simoes all the memones we've shared for 12 years especially the boiler room. 

We, the senior boys leave Matt Debrocke a few more girls to hit on. 

I, Chnsta Martel, leave ALL my friends the memones of the past and the good times of the future. 

We the senior Schmohawks leave Mr. Whiting a day when the guys come over to watch wrestling. 

We, the class of 1990 would like to leave Dan Giardim a real haircut. 

I, Kathy Turonis, leave Sherry Bannon and Stephanie Ryan another unforgettable night in Manchester 

I, Matt Debrocke, leave Shaun Berryman Pearl B., six, and his paper route. 

I, Beth Pickles, leave Terri Ramirez all the memones and smiles we've shared. 

I, Britta Pitocchelli, leave Beth Pickles a great friendship that will last forever. 

We, the senior boys leave Chris Sammataro a good report card so he can play baseball next year 

I, Carlo LiCausi, leave Chnsta Martel all the money that she ever lent me 

I, Dan Diprima, leave Rob Memll his Reebok sweatshirt. 

I, Kathy Turonis, leave Alicia Hamlett the friendship we've had these past four years and the one we'll never lose on the years to come. 

Matt Debrocke and John Dooley leave Jeremy Dziadosz a spare set of keys for his Accord. 

We, Wendy, John, Shaun, Holly and Beth leave Jeff Ouellette his infamous smokedogs 

I, Kathy Turonis, leave Alicia Hamlett, Allyson Golec, Sherry Bannon, Heather Heinz, Tem Ramirez, Stephanie Ryan, Nadeane Lacroix, Wendy Tamis, and Melissa Bouchard all the memones we've shared these past four yean. 

We, the senior boys, leave Jeff Boucher a free ticket to gamblers anonymous. 

We, the senior boys, leave Greg Morris, Scott Hulse, Jeff Ouellette, and Tom Livingston a free tnp to Flonda 

I, Danielle Favazza leave Lisa Polchlopek some common sense for when I'm not around next year to think of her. 

I. Heather Heinz, leave Britta Pitocchelli all the memones of our fnendship, through the good and bad. and the great times that will last forever. 

I, Maeve, leave Allyson, Alicia, Stephanie, Kathy, and Nadeane. may virgin ears. 

I, Kristen Jones leave Fred Gorham a chisel to scrape the rest of the bus off his car. 



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PROPHECY 



It was a Thursday, 6:00 p.m. , in the year 2000. After a long day on the streets, I was just about to leave my agency when the 
phone rang. I answered the phone it was my former classmate, Esther Potter, now President of the United States. She wanted 
me and my associate, Matt Debrocke, to locate the members of the graduating class of 1990. Unfortunately, before I could 
embark on my journey, I had to find my associate. He took a leave of absence so he could make a film. I hopped a charter to 
Hollywood to try my luck at MGM studios, and that's where I found him. He was on the set making the new version of the 
movie ' ' A Man That Never Was ' ' . We left the studio and we decided to take a leisure ride down Hollywood Boulevard . As we 
came to a stop light, we were amazed to see Allyson Golec, Alicia Hamlett, Heather Heinz, Cara Dallon, and Kristen Jones 
with their pimp Pat "Guido" McCarthy. After we left them we were watching TV in Debrocke's custom limo and we saw 
"The Tonite Show" and to our amazement we saw the new host Amy Hitchmoth and her guests Erika Raschella, Katie 
Bistany, and Dave Paolino, three budding young actors. As we continued down the road we saw Donald Granahan walking 
into the infamous gay bar, the Blue Oyster. We decided to investigate. As we walked in we saw him shoving dollars into the 
g-string of the notorious stripper, Greg Morris. This atmosphere was too risky for us, so we went next door to a real nightclub. 
We saw Steve Castiglione, Ray Yelle, Erik Baker, and Jason Ott performing on stage. Their manager Lori Miller was 
backstage. The music was getting pretty loud so we decided to leave. We turned on the stereo and we heard a familiar voice. It 
was Todd Gagnon doing the Top 40 Countdown. We took a trip to the WFAG Radio station to give him the invitation. We 
decided to go to the airport and try our luck somewhere else. As we were hurrying through the airport we saw Marc Hecht, 
Lonnie Giordano, Jeff Ouellette, Jason Dubois, and Kirk Soley with shaved heads selling pencils with the rest of their Hari 
Krishna clan. We boarded the plane, and much to our dismay, we learned the pilot was the lunatic Mike Ward, and even 
worse his co-pilot was none other then Scott Simoes. The plane ride was shaky, but thanks to the stewardesses, which 
included Lisa Kun, Dawn Ruggiero, and Holly Markey, we arrived safely. Our first destination was, Kentucky. Luckily we 
made it in time for post time. We made a bet with Jeff Boucher. We checked the program and we saw one of the jockeys was 
one of our former classmates, John Dooley. He was the biggest jockey ever to win the Kentucky Derby. Dooley lost by a 
nose, so we decided to cheer him up with the news of the reunion. We left the south and headed for the "Big Apple". When 
we arrived in New York, we headed for Shea Stadium to take in a Mets game. We took a wrong turn and we ended up in a dark 
alley. Much to our surprise we saw a bunch of drunks and among them were John Delmonte, Joe Zelic, David Kim, and Vijay 
Kuntamukkala. We got back on track just in time to see the end of the game. We snuck into the dugout and we found the three 
time league M. V.P. and triple crown winner Shaun Berryman and his loud-mouth manager Dan DiPrima. Also on the team 
were a few other members of the great Methuen baseball team, Jeff Coppetta, Bill Bonnano, and Jeremy Dziadosz. A few 
other classmates were in the dugout as well, Wendy Forgione, Britta Pittochelli, and Suzanne Boucher were the three 
trainers. We left Shea Stadium and decided to go to church since it was Sunday and all. We went into the church, and our 
hearts almost stopped. Near the altar, running the ceremonies was Father Jeff Becotte. The mass was over so we decided to 
rent a car to take back to Methuen. But first we wanted to get some rest. We stayed in a hotel and there was a professional 
wrestling exhibition staying in the same hotel. Among them were Tony "Bruno" Champy, Dave "Stud" St. Jean, Fred 
"Gun" Gorham, and Jason "Bonzi" Barnes. We went to our room and we caught the end of the "Mr. Universe" competi- 
tion on TV. Jeff Lee was the first runner up, second only to the one and only Al Savajian. 

After a good sleep we headed out for Methuen. We passed a nice house with a little picket fence. Outside of it was Tara 
Mulrooney raising the Brady Bunch II. We got onto the highway, and we saw a couple of lost travelers. It was Jamie Landry 
and Dan Gaudet and they still couldn't find the High School. We were so excited to get back to Methuen, so we decided to step 



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on it. Next thing you know we saw the blue lights on behind us. We pulled over and this goofey looking guy in a smokey hat 
came up to our car. It was Steve Blair. He took away the ticket but we had to promise him that Kerry Caraccio would be at the 
reunion. Our directions got screwed up and we ended up out in the boonies, somewhere around Connecticut. We came upon a 
house, way out in a secluded section of the woods. We knocked on the door and this bald girl came out, it was Shauna Crafton. 
She fled from society after her embarrassment at the 1996 Olympics. She was carrying the Olympic torch into the Olympic 
Stadium. She tripped up the stairs, fell and burned her hair off. It never grew back again. Shauna reminded us to call her 
Olympic teammate Tony Padvaiskas. Unfortunately, he and his lawyer Wendy Tamis were amidst a trial. We left the woods 
and we passed a golf course where we saw the washed up golfer Pete Doherty and his wife-coach Karen. We stopped, left the 
invitation, and shot a few holes. We went into the clubhouse for a bite to eat and we found John Delano serving drinks and 
reading stories to everyone. We continued on our journey and passed another church where a wedding procession was just 
finishing. As the happily married couple Chad Kozdra and John Segal were heading toward their limo, Craig Hosterman, Erik 
Dechane, Chris Campo, Jeff Boivin, Mike Kisiel, Beth Pickles, Sandi Sprague, and other members of the track team were 
showering them with rice. Suddenly we heard the blaring siren of an ambulance. We saw Jen DiLorenzo in the drivers seat. 
We followed her to the hospital. When we arrived we realized it was Sherry Bannon being rushed in for surgery. Along side of 
her was the young nurse, Kim Licciardi. After Sherry's surgery we asked her if she knew where Tom Livingston was. She 
pulled her high-tech Tom-detector and we knew it would lead us to him. We left the hospital and we headed north through 
Hartfort. We passed the Civic center where many of our classmates were doing an Ice Capades show. Among them were 
Nadine Archambault, Marybeth Magro, Kim Lavoie, Tracy Hebert, Tami Cintron, Julia Hornbaker, Jodi DiGloria, and 
Tricia Thunstrum. The show was cool but we had to get moving. We wanted to get some gum so we went into a K-Mart and 
we saw Tracy Donahue arguing diligently about returning an item with the sales clerk Amy Thibideau. While we were there 
we picked up a paper and turned to the comic section. We noticed the name of one of the most famous canonist Brad 
Provencher. We were bored so we left and we came upon Patti's Water Palace. The best ride was Cynthia's "save your legs' ' 
Rope Swing. It was getting late so we jumped on the highway back to good ole Methuen. We swung by K.K's because we 
knew Carolyn Austin, Sherri Blodgett, Nikki Blouin, Shannon Doran, Tracie Petrie, and of course Sara Kurchan and Tony 
Nemiccola were off in another room. We stopped by the high school just in time for seventh period. We went to Dan Roeger's 
speech class, it wasn't going too well. We went down to the office and we saw Carlo LiCausi trying to steal a diploma and 
Matt Fleming getting his absences excused. We had to leave and we got ready for the big day. 

The reunion finally came and our bouncers Jim Amadio, Dave DelliColli, Dan Giardini, and Mike Holland were at the door 
to keep order. The super rap group, the Jive Five, were our entertainment. They were Max and Jean Geffrard, Clive Mathieu, 
Dave Cheatem, and Gilbert Nordelus. The people finally started to arrive. All the people we found were here. Danialle 
Favazza hobbled in on her custom made crutches. We heard the unfortunate news of Ed Mehrman and Pat McGlaughlin. 
They were visiting the Anheiser-Busch factory and they fell in one of the vats. They were never seen again. We also heard of 
the tragedy of Tracy Gallant. She supposedly talked herself to death. Nadine Lacroix, the new head of Weight Watchers, was 
luckily able to get off from her tour with Richard Simmons to attend the reunion. Melissa Bouchard, the new owner of the 
boutique Bras-R-Us, was fortunately able to attend. Well, the party began and everyone was having a great time. As the night 
progressed more and more people seemed to be leaving but we couldn't understand why. Then we remembered the big party 
up at Lyle's that everyone was talking about. So we all left and headed up the the biggest party of our lives. 



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FRIENDS 





Personal Messages From 
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Dear Tracy, We should have known then that you would be 
so attached to a phone and someday be voted ' 'Most 
Talkative" . But in the future, we're sure that a telephone, 
used along with your charm, will be an instrument of 
success. Love, Mom and Dad. 

Congratulations Chris Kozdra, We are all very proud of 
you. Nana, Gramps, and Paul. 



"Where did the first 17 years go?! Wishing you a future 
filled with love, happiness, health, and success. We're so 
proud of you" . Love, Mom and Dad. 

Loving those beach days! 



Dear Jason, You have shown us all how spirit and courage 
conquer the most difficult of obstacles. In your childhood 
you have confronted and overcome enormous challenges 
seldom faced by most of us during our entire lives. I will be 
forever impressed and inspired by you Jason. Love, Dad. 

To our daughter Christine: You have been a joy to us as we 

watched you grow. May your life be peaceful as you walk 

close with God. With our love, Mother and Dad. 



Cara, we are proud of you. Have a wonderful life. Love, 
Mom and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS KELLEY! We love you! 
Mom, Dad, and Mike. 




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Double the trouble. Twice the fun. Love Ma and Dad. 

"BOOM" — / was proud of you then, as I always was 

proud of my two Mauros. Love Mom. 



Dear Teresa, You have grown into a lovely, intelligent 
woman with a special gift and enthusiasm for sharing your 
knowledge with children. We are very proud of your many 
accomplishments. We wish you all the best as you make new 
choices and plans for your college years. Love, Mom and 
Andrea. 

We've only just begun to live. White lace and promises, A 

kiss for luck and we're on our way. Before the rising sun, 

we fly, So many roads to choose, We start out walking and 

learn to run, And yes, we're only just begun. 



Congratulations, Lisa! We are proud of the young woman 
you have become with your determination, outlook on life, 
and that laugh . . . life will be what you want it to be. Love 
Always. Mom and Dad. 

Dear Shauna: Your achievements over these past four years 

will provide you with many wonderful high school 

memories. These accomplishments have fdled us with a 

special joy and pride. We know that your persevering 

attitude and unwavering efforts will ultimately bring you 

success and happiness; and certainly, no one is more 

deserving of these things than you. Love Always, Mom and 

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We have watched you grow to be a beautiful young woman. 
We are very proud of you. Whatever you do, wherever you 
go, we will always support and help you. We love you very 
much. Thank you for being you. Mom and Dad. 

To Heidi: From a cute little girl to a beautiful young 
woman. Good luck in all your endeavors. Love Always, 

Mom and Dad. 



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To Jay: As you leave high school our thoughts turn to the 
future you hold in the palm of your hand and the fine young 
man you have become. The sky is the limit. We love you, 
Mom and Dad. 

Todd: We wish you all the success and happiness to fill a 
lifetime. We're proud of you! Love, Mom and Dad. 



Dear Tami, You're a wonderful, beautiful, daughter both 
inside and out. We are proud and happy to be your parents. 
Love Mom and Dad. 

To Jeremy Dziadosz, Congratulations on achieving your 

goals in academics and athletics, and above all for just 

being a real good kid. You've made us very proud and we 

hope that your future will be as successful as the two years 

that you spent at Methuen High School. Dad, Mom, and 

Julie. 



Michelle. From two proud parents that wish you love and 
success in everything you do. Love Mom and Dad. 

Dear Amy, Although you are now a young adult, I'll always 

remember you as my baby with the "Crack up" smile . . . 

Congratulations, and best wishes for success and happiness 

. . . Your loving Dad, XXXOOO. 




"Congratulations and best wishes." Love, Mom and Dad. 

Congratulations to our little Scooter. Knock 'em dead in 
college Kimmy. Love, Mom, Dad, Melissa, Cindy, 

and Scruffy. 




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To my loving daughter who never knew if she wanted to live 
in the North or the South. You may now have any place in 
the world. Love Dad and Cathy. 

Stephanie, May your every wish come true, for you truly 
deserve it. Love Dad, Ma, and John. 



Watch out world this kid is special. Love, Mom and Dad. 

With that smile you can go anywhere! We love you. Dad, 
Mom, Chad, Cristen, and Keith. 



Always ready for the spotlight. 

Congratulations to our beautiful daughter, Amy, whom we 

love so much! We're very proud of all your accomplishments 

and wish you a world of happiness and continued success. 

Love, Mom and Dad. 



Michelle, I can't believe we finally made it. We have never 
been as proud of you as we are now. You've really worked 
so hard and I know it will pay off. When you become the 
new Barbara Walters, I can say that's my daughter. 
Congratulations, we love you and good luck. Mom and 
Dad. 

Kathy, May your future be us bright as your smile. 
Congratulations! Love, Dad, Mom, and Kris 





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Kim, Whatever you want in life, reach for it, or it's lost. 
Your dreams are our wishes. May they all come true. Love 
Daddy and Mom. 



Go for it Mike! The sky's the limit! We will always be here t^^t 
for you. Lots of love. Mom and Dad. ^^ 




We are very proud of you and your many accomplishments 
in life. Love, Mom and Dad. 

Dear Amy, The world is waiting for you — your love, 

honesty, and sense of humor has to be shared! 

Love Mom and Dad. 



Dear Tracy, Your father and 1 wish you the best of 
everything. We know that you will succeed in all your 
endeavors. Love Mom and Dad. 

My precious Little One. Love Mom. 




Dear Fred: We wish you the best the world can offer and 
then some. We love you. Mom and Dad. 

May you always be this happy! Love Mom and Dad. 




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Congratulations and Best wishes Billy, we are very proud of 
you. Love, Mom, Dad, and Laurie. 

Sandi, May you always be this young at heart. Love, Mom 

and Dad. 



Dear Trade, So this is it! Finally your off to college and all 
I can think of is your first game, birthday party, skinned 
knees, the surprise birthday party you and your brother 
gave me, coaching your softball team, your first prom, and 
now graduation. So fast I'm not ready to let go. I'll miss the 
young girl, but I love the young woman you've become. I'm 
so proud of you, my very special daughter. All my love, 
Mom. 

Dear Amy, Just want to say Congratulations and 
Best of Luck. Love Mom and Dad. 



You'll always be a tough guy. Love Mom and Dad. 

Don, No one could love you as much as we do, but we're 
glad you're one instead of two. Good luck in your future, 

Ma and Dad. 




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Dear Matthew, Keep on reaching. Keep on smiling. Keep 
on being you. With pride and love, Mom and Dad. 

Congratulations Peter! We love you much! 
Love Mom and Dad. 



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You've come along way baby! Good Luck! Love Dad and 
Fran. 

To my "Favorite Daughter" Erin, I'm proud of what you 
have accomplished. You have turned into a terrific young 
woman. May your life be everything you hope for. I love 

you, Mom. 





'You're doing very well baby!" 




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Here they are — Methuen High School's own Ma and 
Dad. Mr. Sestini and Shirley Hovenasian touched our 
hearts in their combined efforts to make our play the best 
it could be. Thanks again. 

Mrs. Lyons and Mr. 
Moore worked hard to 
make the yearbook a suc- 
cess. She was busy with 
the business co-op pro- 
gram, and he was manag- 
ing the science depart- 
ment, but they gave the 
yearbook staff the motiva- 
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This year Mr. Melnicki one of our most caring English teachers decided to retire. He was a hard working and dedicated 
teacher. He will definitely be missed by all of us at Methuen High. 



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MEDIA CENTER 

METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

METHUEN, MA 01844 



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